Viburnum Shasta (Cranberry)

Viburnum plicatum forma plicatum Shasta - The white flowers are followed by bright red drupes in July. Birds as a rule wait to eat them until September, when the drupes turn black. So the highly decorative red berries last for many weeks before they become treats for birds. Pleated green leaves turn maroon in autumn. Family : Araceae  

Viburnum Shasta (Cranberry) 5

Author : Brigitte Mengelle-Touya
Photo # : 28091
Online since: February 9th 2018


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Viburnum Shasta (Viburnum)

Viburnum Shasta (Cranberry)

Viburnum Shasta (Cranberry)

Viburnum Shasta (Cranberry)

Categories : Araceae - Family - Vertical - Portrait - Photos subjects - Shrubs - Plant Family -

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