Type: Broadleaf Evergreen
Exposure: Full Sun / Part Shade
Foliage: Dark Green
Maximum Growth: Approx. 6’h x 3’w
Zones: 8 to 10
(See Zone Map)
Drought Tolerance: High
Scientific Name:Viburnum tinus 'Spring Bouquet'Usage: Ornamental, Specimen, Screen, Accent, Foreground, Mass
Spring Bouquet is a versatile evergreen shrub that is truly easy to grow. The dark green foliage offsets the fragrant
white blooms in late winter and spring as well as the metallic blue berries in summer. Growing 6 feet high and 3 feet
wide when mature, Spring Bouquet has a compact habit that showcases both flowers and berries.
Use and Management
Plant in full sun to part shade, in fertile, well-drained soil. Prune after flowers fade and prune out dead or broken
branches to shape the plant. ‘Spring Bouquet’ flowers best in full sun and is drought tolerant. It makes an excellent
addition to the mixed shrub border or as a low screen.
Soil Moisture: Moist, well-drained
Uses: Mass planting; hedge, foreground, border, accent plant
Additional Features: Attracts wildlife
Special Resistance: Gray mold, sooty mold, rust, downy mildew, verticullum wilt, and leaf spots may occur.
Aphids and weevils may be problematic.
Available in 1, 3 or 5 gal containers.
Suggested plant spacing are:
Plant 18’, 24” to 36” OC
Spread 3” of bed mix in ground cover beds
Till 6” deep, rake beds to drain away from structure
Topdress with 2” of double ground (fine) hardwood mulch.
Hand water in after planting
Set sprinkler controller to water beds:
Once every two days for two weeks in spring and early fall.
Once a day for two weeks when temperatures reach 98+ degrees.
Have Owner monitor moisture and report over or under watering immediately.
After two weeks reassess the watering needs, and set at twice a week thereafter.