Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Sargent Viburnum


Sargent Viburnum
Viburnum sargentii 'Onondaga'
(vy-BUR-num) (sar-JEN-tee-eye)

11 comments:

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Wa, you flowers are always wonderful..i really liked..

Gabriela Pana said...

supebe...

Janet said...

The varieties of Viburnum are unbelievable. I find new (to me) ones over and over. I have three in my garden right now, left one in Virginia that I probably should have brought with me. Will read up on Sargent Viburnum.

Ida L, Press Assistant at Wave Hill said...

Hi!

I'd like to invite you and your readers to join us for Wave Hill’s 2011 Horticulture Lectures. This year’s outstanding speakers: Harvard-trained landscape architect John A. Gwynne, sculptor and creative director Mikel Folcarelli, ceramic artist Frances Palmer and Margaret Roach, former EVP/Editorial Director of Martha Stewart and author of the blog AWaytoGarden.com. Lecture dates: Jan 19, Feb 23 and Mar 16. More at www.wavehill.org!

Happy holidays!
Ida
Press Assistant at Wave Hill

Danielle said...

Beautiful!! Happy WW!

And Miles To Go... said...

wow, beautiful!

Express In Style said...

awesome, looks like a crown flower. Happy WW!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

What an interesting and beautiful plant. Quite spectacular. Happy WW

Simply Delicious said...

Lovely! It's the first time I've seen them. Thanks for sharing.

Cafe au lait said...

Wow! They're beautiful!

catsynth said...

I am not familiar with this flower, either.
I like how they form a figure eight in the first picture.