Viburnum tinus ‘Eve Price’
laurustinus 'Eve Price'
3 Litre Pot
Flowering throughout winter, this hardy, bushy, evergreen shrub is a vital source of nectar for small insects when food is scarce. Its clustered, starry-white flowers emerge from pink buds and offer a subtle scent to the air. It can be clipped into interesting shapes too, maximising its architectural appeal.
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Viburnum are deciduous or evergreen shrubs with small, often scented, white or pink flowers, later followed by berries. Ideal for hedging and screening.
On arrival, unpack your new garden additions, and, if needed, give a light watering. Your plants are containerised and established, so you can get planting, as long as the ground is not waterlogged or frozen (in these situations, keep your plants in a sheltered position while you wait). For the first year, keep an eye on moisture availability, while roots settle into their new home.
For shrubs, dig a hole, allowing 2 inches either side of the pot width. Try and ensure you plant your new arrival at the same level in the ground as it had been sitting at in its pot. We recommend using a small sprinkle of rootgrow to the base of the planting hole – this will stimulate optimum root development.
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