Judd viburnum (Viburnum × juddii)
Judd viburnum (Viburnum × juddii) is a shrub that can grow 50cm – 1.5m tall and 50cm – 1.5m wide. In this growing guide we’ll learn the cultivation details and how to plant Judd viburnum (Viburnum × juddii).
This plant is commonly known as Judd viburnum.
This is a deciduous plant that takes 10-20 years to reach full maturity.
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Common name: Judd viburnum
Scientific name: Viburnum × juddii
Plant type: Shrubs
Height: 50cm – 1.5m
Spread: 50cm – 1.5m
Sunlight: Full shade, Full Sun, Partial shade
Soil: Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand
Moisture: Moist but well drained
Garden type: City & Courtyard Gardens, Coastal, Informal Garden
Planting type: Flower borders and bedding, Wall-side Borders
Shrubs are fundamental elements in any garden.
They add color and interest throughout the seasons with their wide variety of flowers, foliage, fruits, trunks and stems.
Whatever the size or style of your garden, the permanent woody structure or the foliage of evergreen shrubs will give the space shape and dimension.
How to plant
In this section we will learn how to plant Judd viburnum (Viburnum × juddii), know its needs in terms of soil, watering and sun exposure.
Judd viburnum (Viburnum × juddii) is a plant that adapts to all types of soils, chalk, clay, loam or sand.
The chalky soil is pale and contains chunks of calcium-rich rock. It is a fertile and well-draining soil, almost always alkaline.
Clay soil is composed of more than 25 percent clay particles. These particles have a high moisture holding capacity and the soil is heavy to dig and can be waterlogged in winter (dry in summer).
The loam soil is dark, rich in organic matter but balanced in minerals. It offers the best of all worlds, retaining enough water for the plants, but allowing excess moisture to drain away. This is the most desired type of garden soil, perfect for most plants.
Sandy soil is light, porous and very easy to drain. It is a soil poor in organic matter and nutrients. It is composed of relatively large mineral particles that allow water to drain quickly.
It is not very sensitive to soil acidity or alkalinity and grows well in soils with pH acid, alkaline or neutral.
Regarding drainage, Viburnum × juddii likes to grow in moist but well drained soil.
Judd viburnum (Viburnum × juddii) grows well in full sun, although it can also be grown in shady places.