Viburnum plicatum ‘Pink Beauty’
The flowers of this beautiful form turn pink as they age. Viburnum plicatum is native to China, Japan and Taiwan where it grows by the side of streams. One of the wonders of the late Stuart Rattle's Musk Farm where it thrived. Outside of the cooler hills districts it should be planted in some light shade in a spot which doesn’t dry out during summer. ‘Pink Beauty’ will eventually make a large shrub 3 metres tall by near as much across. It produces its flat flower heads on horizontal branches during spring.