• Description

    ‘Mohawk’ is a popular cultivar that was registered and released into commerce by The United States Arboretum in 1966. It is a backcross of V. x burkwoodii to V. carlesii. It is primarily distinguished from V. x burkwoodii by (1) more compact size to 8’ tall, (2) dark red flower buds are ornamental before bloom, (3) stronger and spicier flower fragrance, and (4) much better fall color (orange-red to burgundy). Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Gold Metal Plant in 1993.

    About Mowhawk

    Common Name: Burkwood Viburnum
    Sun Requirement: Full sun to partial shade
    Growth Rate: Medium 6"-12" per year

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