Apr 10, The Snowball Bush is easy to care for and maintain and makes a great focal point for the center of a large yard or for the corner of a foundation planting. It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries.
Being semi-evergreen, Snowballs create a beautiful spring and fall display in any landscape. The current owner says yes, i can get a start off the old Snowball bush,(I think it's a Viburnum) but I have to do it before closing, which is September 1st. Leaving a big hole after digging is not a problem, there is to be new construction in the area and much dirt will be moved around for that.
Aug 05, Johnavallance82 on Aug 05, Yes! Fairly extensive. Might well take more than one person to move it. Dig out a Big Root ball and water it in it's new home well, and keep an eye on it.
Helpful Reply. Gma Kirk on Aug 05, usually, the roots are about as expansive below as the plant is. Jun 15, Snowball Bush Viburnum Care. The snowball bush viburnum is relatively easy to care for. You can plant it in the spring or fall; make sure to dig a shallow and broad hole that is as deep as the root ball but two to three times wider.
Fill the hole with the removed soil, with the root crown remaining about two inches above the soil shrubtrim.buzzcal Name: Viburnum x carlcephalum. 1. Root prune the roots of your snowball well in advance.
If you want to transplant the tree in the fall, begin root pruning after the snowball has stopped blooming in June.
To prune the roots. Sep 21, The lovely snowball bush (viburnum) is an asset to any sunny landscape with its lush foliage and beautifully white, round blossoms. When you successfully tend a snowball bush, you may naturally desire to propagate new bushes to spread this beauty around your landscape.
Take a cutting from a snowball bush in the first. Best offers for your Garden - shrubtrim.buzz to Prune Snowball Bushes. Snow in the spring is rare, but you can enjoy spring and s.