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Chesapeake Viburnum is a hybrid of Viburnum cayuga x V. utile and was introduced in 1962.  This perennial grows in the full sun to 5-6 feet, producing leathery dark green leaves and slightly fragrant white flowers.  The fruits are bright red and remain on the old cyme adding color to the landscape.  Photos by Laurel Woodley

Viburnum x Chesapeake has leathery leaves with strong venation.
The white flowers occur on a cyme.
Bright red fruit stands out against the green foliage.
Latin Name: 
Viburnum x Chesapeake
Family Name: 
Caprifoliaceae
Place of Origin: 
Hort.
Bloom Time: 
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Garden Location: 
S. Lakeview Rd.