10 Reasons To Plant A Snowball Bush Grow in full sun (which is what I have) They have large 3-4″ blooms that resemble snowballs in late spring and summer After the blooms fade the leaves turn yellow and orange giving another round of color for fall They only need to be trimmed every 2-3 years Very drought tolerant It’s a heavy bloomer Extremely fragrant Can cut the flowers and put in a vase Easy to grow Cold hardy
Snowball Viburnum Bush - Viburnum. "Few plants have flowers this large... and you'll get hundreds of them on each bush! Bright white blooms look like cheerleader pom-poms. You'll get flowers in mid spring that last through early summer." Zone 4-8, H 10-20 ft, W 10-20 ft. by lakisha
Snowball Bushes will create a beautiful spring and fall display in any landscape. In the late spring, this deciduous shrub will be covered with masses of pure white snow-ball like flower clusters and its leaves turn purplish red before dropping in the fall.
Front Yard Tree: Pee Gee Hydrangea Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' Flowering Shrub with Large White Flowers Adapts to a Wide Range of Climates from Zones 3 to 8 Only Hydrangea that can be Pruned into a Tree 10' to 20' High by 10' to 20' Wide
Snowball viburnum, absolutely stunning.... They are stunning and I had five of these along my driveway at the previous property ~ withstood extreme heat, frost in winter and the occasional dusting of snow! AJ
Agapanthus orientalis Agapanthus Snowball is a compact dwarf agapanthus with a profusion of pure white flowers lasting over a long period. It is drought resistant, making it the perfect plant in times of drought and water restrictions. Prefers a full sun to light shade position and needs protection from severe frosts when young. Snowball is …