Saturday, April 26, 2008

Viburnum Opulus

I did more plant shopping this weekend and found this Viburnum Opulus. At first, I thought it was a white variety of hydrangea. It's flower (pictured on the packaging) just made me think of it. Anyways, it's different. So they have this six inch cutting (rootstock?) with a really well-established root system protected in a bag of peat moss. I carefully opened the bag shook off some of the peat moss and transplanted in a pot of ordinary garden soil. This one goes in a sunny location as it loves the sun. Hope it grows fast so I'll start enjoying it's flowers. I'll keep you posted on this--

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