Sharon Kay™ Doublefile Viburnum

Height and Spread8' tall x 8' wide
Shape and GrowthMounded
Plant TypeDeciduous flowering shrub
Bloom TimeSpring
FoliageMedium Green
LightFull sun to part shade
SoilPrefers moist, well-drained soil, pH 5.0-8.0
Pruning or ShearingShaping as desired
Landscape UsesFocal point in its natural form or limbed up to look top-grafted, hedge or mass planting
PropagationSummer mist cuttings
Disease ResistanceExcellent
Environmental BenefitsAttracts bees, beneficials and birds
Discovered by Greg and Sharon Fuhrer


– Double rows of 3” showy spring snowball
flowers along layered branches
– Foliage is darker green than species with red
– Very attractive burgundy fall color
– Can be limbed up for a top-grafted look
– Can re-bloom under the right soil conditions up to three times