Viburnum rufidulum

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Viburnum rufidulum, Raf. (V. prunifolium var. ferrugineum, Torr. & Gray. V. ferrugineum and V. rufotomentosum, Small). Large shrub or small tree, attaining 25ft. or more, with rather stout branches: winter buds scarcely pointed, obtuse, rusty-pubescent: petioles often with narrow margin, rusty-tomentose: lvs. elliptic to obovate, usually obtuse, glabrous and shining above, rusty-pubescent on the veins beneath, 2-4 in. long: fls. pure white: cymes 3-5 in. broad: fr. oval, dark blue, glaucous, 1/2 in. long. April-June, later than the following species. Va. to Fla., west to Ill. and Texas. S.S. 5:225 (as V. prunifolium, partly).—Handsome arborescent shrub with dark green shining foliage, showy fls. and decorative fr.; has proved hardy at the Arnold Arboretum, Boston.

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