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Campus Gardens

Viburnum carlesii
Family: Caprifoliaceae

Viburnum carlesii is a dense, bushy, deciduous shrub with irregularly toothed, 4" long, dark green ovate leaves. The leaves turn red in autumn. In the spring, pink buds produce tubular white and pink fragrant flowers. The flowers produce red fruits that ripen black in late fall. Viburnum carlesii is native to Korea and Japan. They are located on campus in front of Public Safety and the Administration Gardens. ViburnumxBurkwoodii is a hybrid plant; it is very similar to the Viburnum carlesii. The main difference is that the ViburnumxBurkwoodii is slightly more hardy and considered an evergreen shrub. Hardy zones 4-8. It is located by the West Entrance Gardens.

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