Snowball Viburnum Bush - Viburnum. "Few plants have flowers this large... and you'll get hundreds of them on each bush! Bright white blooms look like cheerleader pom-poms. You'll get flowers in mid spring that last through early summer." Zone 4-8, H 10-20 ft, W 10-20 ft. by lakisha

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I remember my grandma having these in her backyard, I used to imagine they were popcorn balls :)

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10 Reasons To Plant A Snowball Bush   Grow in full sun (which is what I have) They have large 3-4″ blooms that resemble snowballs in late spring and summer After the blooms fade the leaves turn yellow and orange giving another round of color for fall They only need to be trimmed every 2-3 years Very drought tolerant It’s a heavy bloomer Extremely fragrant Can cut the flowers and put in a vase Easy to grow Cold hardy

10 Reasons To Plant A Snowball Bush Grow in full sun (which is what I have) They have large 3-4″ blooms that resemble snowballs in late spring and summer After the blooms fade the leaves turn yellow and orange giving another round of color for fall They only need to be trimmed every 2-3 years Very drought tolerant It’s a heavy bloomer Extremely fragrant Can cut the flowers and put in a vase Easy to grow Cold hardy

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Bridal Spirea - Love the massive amount of white flowers! {one of my all time favorite shrubs!}

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Chinese snowball viburnum (Viburnum macrocephalum) is an old-fashioned Southern garden favorite that adds pizzazz to this somewhat typical p...

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My Viburnum opulus has finally grown big enough to plant out into the garden. Sun or semi shade - one for the bottom of the garden where the white border meets the woodland border.

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