While many gardeners in northern states probably have never heard of this viburnum, in Florida and other mild winter climates it is a very popular landscaping shrub. Viburnum is a handsome evergreen with a spreading habit and coarse texture. It has an attractive compact form growing to 6-12 ft (1.8-3.7 m) in height with about an equal spread if left untrimmed. The coarse leaves are dark green and densely cover the shrub. They are oval with serrated edges about 3.5 in (9 cm) long and 2 in (5 cm) wide and are held oppositely on rough textured, dark brown stems. In late winter and sporadically throughout the spring and summer the sandanqua produces small waxy tubular flow.
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