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View USF Tampa Plant Record: Viburnum obovatum

Scientific Name Viburnum obovatum
Common Name Walters viburnum
Family Adoxaceae
Info "The evergreen leaves of walter viburnum vary from very small to medium sized, glossy, leathery, and dark green. They are also fragrant when crushed. The winter or spring flowers occur in small, convex cymes held at the branch tips before new growth emerges. Flowers can cover the plant with white blooms for about 2 or three weeks. The fruits of this plant are small drupes that turn from red to black during maturation."
Found By Sheila Tirey
Date Found 4/23/2014
Resource Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
Native "Landscaped, Native"
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