Jun 15, Snowball bush viburnum is a popular and easy-to-grow landscape plant native to Europe and Asia. This large, moderately-quick growing shrub forms an upright dense mound and features 3-inch round clusters of flowers (resembling, of course, a snowball) that start out apple-green and morph to white, eventually fading to a rosy color similar to shrubfell.buzzcal Name: Viburnum x carlcephalum.
Apr 10, 2. Dig a hole that is shallow and broad. The hole should be about three times the diameter of the root ball, but no deeper than the root ball. 3. Carefully remove the snowball bush from its container and, using your hands, gently loosen any outside roots from the sides and bottom. Take care not to break or damage the roots of the bush. Dec 17, Snowball bush also roots from hardwood cuttings, where stems are completely stiff. Take hardwood cuttings from mature branches on dormant plants in fall, winter or early spring.
Sep 21, Snowball viburnum can be propagated by taking a cutting from a healthy shrub in late spring. Fill a 4-inch pot with a mixture of half commercial potting mix and half sand.
Place the pot in a saucer of water and allow the soil to wick water through the drainage hole in the bottom of the pot. Remove the pot from the saucer of water when the. The best time to grow the snowball bush is during the spring or during fall. The hole should be shallow but make it broad as it will need to spread out.
When the plant is in the hole, refill it with the soil you took out. Make sure the root crown remains a couple of inches above the level of the soil.
Water down the snowball.