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Viburnum lantanoides

Hobblebush is part of the Viburnum genus. Its scientific name is Viburnum lantanoides. It grows mainly as a Deciduous, which is as a plant that tends to shed its leaves annually. Normally grows with a shrubby habit.

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How to grow Hobblebush

See our list of companion Plants for Hobblebush to see which plants you should plant in close proximity to encourage growth.

Growing Hobblebush from seed

Transplanting Hobblebush

Common Hobblebush problems

These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Hobblebush plants:

Other names for Hobblebush

Viburnum lantanoides Michx.

Hobblebush care instructions

How long does Hobblebush take to grow?

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