‘All That Glitters’ Viburnum


Botanical Name: Viburnum dentatum var. deamii

Common Name: All That Glitters® Arrowwood Viburnum

Adaptable to most well-drained soils. Fertilize with a controlled fertilizer in spring. Remove any dead or very old wood in spring, but avoid heavy pruning, as this will remove the flowers and/or the fruit.

It is heat and drought tolerant. 

Height 4-5 ft; Width 4-5 ft

3-gallon  PLEASE NOTE: To produce berries, you’ll need All That Glows®

This is a deciduous woody plant which loses its leaves in the winter. By late September this plant may have brown or discolored leaves with some leaf loss. This is normal in the plant’s life cycle and not a sign of damage or an unhealthy plant. Even though this plant may not have green foliage, fall is still the best time of year to plant deciduous trees and shrubs.


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A Proven Winners plant. Beautiful, low-maintenance Viburnum.  The foliage of All That Glitters® viburnum is glossy, which gives it a handsome presence in the landscape. Early summer brings hundreds of white flower clusters, which are followed by shiny blue fruit if its pollinator, All That Glows® viburnum, is planted nearby.

This versatile deciduous plant is smaller than most viburnums, which makes it perfectly suited to foundation plantings, hedges, screening, or as a distinctive specimen. Native to North America and deer-resistant. 

Butterflies and bees adore the blooms and songbirds feast on the fruit, making All that Glitters® a wonderful pollinator attractant. It’s the same size and color as All that Glows®, so the two work as a pair in any sunny to partly shaded landscape.

Resistant to most pests and diseases, this native shrub thrives even in poorly drained and heavy soils. Deer leave it alone, and it needs little attention from you to continue to bloom and fruit for many years to come.

Produces flowers and berries on old wood.

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