You’ve Never Seen Shinier Leaves! All That Glows Viburnum (Viburnum bracteatum ‘SMVDBL’ PPAF) is the sister to All That Glitters Viburnum. (Clever, huh?) You’ll need them both if you want this hardworking garden staple to perform to its full ability. When both are planted in your garden they act as pollinators for each other (thank you bees!) and what you get are two shrubs that produce masses of beautiful white flowers in the spring/early summer and loads of glossy blue berries in late summer. The birds can’t stay away! All That Glows has very glossy leaves that actually shine in the sun. It makes quite a handsome presence in the landscape. The large white flower clusters blanket the plant in early summer. This is followed by tons of shiny blue fruit that wild birds can’t get enough of. This is an easy-care plant that is smaller than most viburnums. It is well-suited for hedges, foundation plantings and screens. Use it as a backdrop for all your garden perennials. This is really a “plant-it-and-forget-it” easy-care shrub. It glows in full sun, but handles semi-shade without a problem. Replace some of your ageing shrubs and light up your landscape with a few plants of All That Glows Viburnum from Nature Hills. * Glossy leaves* Showy flowers* Bird-attracting berries.
Garden Staple Since 1920 Viburnums are one of those plants that you often see growing in the older, more dignified sections of town in front of huge old houses and you wonder to yourself, “What is that pretty shrub?”. That pretty shrub is Judd Viburnum (Viburnum X juddii). Introduced in 1920, this classic garden shrub has stood the test of time. It will certainly be a standout in your own garden! Growing to 6’-8’ tall and wide, it forms a pleasing round shape that doesn’t require a lot of pruning. Even if it’s only attribute was the dark green leafy silhouette it creates in your garden, it would be worth having. It makes a great hedge or foundation plant and is the backbone of many a perennial bed. But, believe it or not, it has more to offer! In spring it is covered in very fragrant white “snow-balls” of little star-shaped flowers that give way to black, bird-pleasing berries in the fall. Almost a hundred years of gardeners have enjoyed Judd Viburnum in their gardens and we know that you will too! * Dense, green foliage all season * Showy, fragrant white ‘snowballs’ in spring * Birds love the fall berries .
Glossy Leaves Shine in the Sun Viburnum is a foundation landscape staple. You see it all the time and don’t think twice about it because it is used so often. Finally there is a viburnum that will shake up that view and turn a few heads. All That Glitters Viburnum (All That Glitters™ Viburnum bracteatum ‘SMVDLS’ PPAF) is an elegant and low-maintenance shrub that will rejuvenate your landscape. All That Glitters has super glossy leaves that actually shimmer and shine when the sun hits them. It makes quite a striking presence in the landscape.Tons of showy white flower clusters cover the plant in early summer. If you plant it with its pollinator – All That Glows Viburnum – the flowers will be followed by an abundance of shiny blue fruit that wild birds adore. This is a versatile plant that is more diminutive than most viburnums, but that makes it perfectly suited for hedges, foundation plantings and screens. It makes a great backdrop for almost anything else in your garden and is really a “plant-it-and-forget-it” easy-care shrub. It looks best in full sun, but handles semi-shade like a champ. Pull out some of your old, spent shrubs and spice up your landscape with a few of these from Nature Hills. You’ll be glad you did! * Glossy leaves* Showy flowers* Bird-attracting berries.