|Height:||6-8 ft. (can grow up to 20’)|
|Sunlight:||Full sun to full shade|
|Soil:||Most different types; low tolerance for saline|
|pH:||Acidic or alkaline|
|Harvest time:||Blooms in late winter/early spring; fruit ripens in late summer|
|Years to bear:||n/a|
Viburnum obovatum ‘Everleaf’
The Viburnum is a beautiful hedge that flowers in winter and early spring, making it a very useful plant for bees and as an ornamental. The Everleaf is more evergreen that most viburnums. It is very hardy and drought tolerant, but will need watering for first year. Its fruit ripens in late summer and is a great food source for wildlife (some viburnum fruits are edible to humans too).