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How to Root a Snowball Bush

by Tracy Morris
Snowball bush is a name for the viburnum shrub, a plant known for its clusters of white flowers that form in balls along its branches. There are more than 150 species of viburnum shrub, each with different flowering characteristics. Smaller forms of the shrub make good candidates for foundation plan...
Julie Sellers
Julie Sellers • 2 years ago

How to propagate a snowball bush

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