Viburnum tinus - a very hardy flowering plant ideal for formal hedging

Viburnum tinus is a popular hedging plant in many parts of Australia for its hardiness in a wide range of climate zones. Viburnum has deep green leathery leaves and flower in winter through to spring with clusters of tiny pink buds that open to white flowers. Once trained as a hedge it will only need trimming a few times a year to keep it neat and tidy. It is versatile and will grow in full sun to dense shade.

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Viburnum tinus

Viburnums are an old fashion favourite that for many years went missing in Australian gardens as new plant varieties took the limelight. In recent years there has been a revival in their use because they are just so tough and reliable as a hedge plant. They will grow in wide range of soil types and climatic regions and have been favoured for their winter flowering a time when many gardens look drab.

Height & Width

As a hedge they can range from 1 to 3 metres tall by 1 to 1.5 metres wide.


Full sun through to heavier shade

Soil Type

Wide range of soil types from loams to clays

Flowers and Fruit

Flowering in winter through to spring with clusters of tiny pink buds that open to white flowers


trim to shape and for hedges trim 2 to 3 times per year is all that will be needed.

Planting Rates

For hedges plant at 1 metre centres.

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