If I remember, I’ll post a photo next year too. I rarely buy on impulse but it’s a real beauty. […], (Walked on 24th April 2015 – 15 miles) It was a wrench to leave the holiday home and walk the walk. I am attaching 3 photos of my 15 year old viburnum mariesii that suddenly looks like it is on its way out. I ought to have updated this post. Previously viburnums were included in the plant family Caprifoliaceae; however, recently they have been moved into the family Adoxaceae, along with elderberries (Sambucusspecies). Mariesii doublefile is a very beautiful shrub, much appreciated in our gardens for its appealing blooming. Change ). Downy Mildew. What is the life span of a VPL? Ovate, toothed, strongly-veined, dark green leaves (to 4” long) have pleated upper surfaces. See more https://extension.umd.edu/hgic/topics/cankers-trees-and-shrubs At this point, all you can is make sure the soil drains well and water during dry periods. Dave, It is a beautiful plant indeed but one that needs a supporting background and you have supplied that. I can’t find a photo of ‘my’ viburnum prior to the above in May 2012 but in those three years, it tripled in size. It is a beautiful shrub, with tiered, layered branches that suggest its common name – the wedding cake bush. I think I am, Christina. The latter looks pretty good at the moment – I’ll try to remember to post a photo. By Sparkly. ( Log Out / And besides, you’re right and they are simply wrong! But in a garden that happily hosts six large weeping willows and a number of huge oaks, there is plenty of room at the Priory. I am still not convinced about show off plants – or trees- that do not in some way relate to their surroundings. I cannot recall what it looked like last year - the first season post pruning - but this year it looks awful. The University of Florida Extension suggests biological control, recommending, specifically, \"Predaceous insects like the larvae and adults of multicolored Asian lady beetle, larvae of lacewings, and spined sold… I’ll just hope that 2018 will see it return with a bang rather than a burnt whimper. 0 Link copied. https://extension.umd.edu/hgic/topics/cankers-trees-and-shrubs, https://web.extension.illinois.edu/hortanswers/plantdetail.cfm?PlantID=464&PlantTypeID=8, https://www.pubs.ext.vt.edu/content/dam/pubs_ext_vt_edu/2901/2901-1041/2901-1041.pdf. Amelia, I always dread (a bit) planting new trees and shrubs. If you'd like to use any, please ask first or give fair acknowledgement. Also part of the Viburnum family is laurestine often found in our gardens, as well as Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Mariesii’ which hosts spectacular blooming. Also of course, they have wonderful autumn colour, what is not to like!! My favourite shrub, I have planted 3 ! I’ve put in so many trees and shrubs at the Priory and feel pretty paternal about them all. I had seen them in parks and open gardens but as VPM is a large shrub – and I only had a little garden – I bided my time. There are another two at the Priory, actually. Ah, that explains why I didn’t bump into you! The spots begin small but merge together and may appear red or gray. It is certainly rewarding you for digging a hole for it on the lawn. Viburnum doublefile may be pruned after flowering. Except for pink rather than white flowers? But then I guess, life would just be too darn easy. Ours has decided over many years to go upwards rather than sideways, so it’s a bit of a monster. If it is a shady site, something like Hydrangea petiolaris grown onto the fence might be better? user-7008887 09/13/2017 . If there are overhanging tree branches, perhaps you can prune them to let in more sunlight.Here are links for more information on viburnum https://web.extension.illinois.edu/hortanswers/plantdetail.cfm?PlantID=464&PlantTypeID=8https://www.pubs.ext.vt.edu/content/dam/pubs_ext_vt_edu/2901/2901-1041/2901-1041.pdfMarian, Thank you for this information and strategies to combat - now that i look closely there are definitely Botryospheria cankers present. Well Robert, I suppose if all gardeners only liked the same plants, then gardens the world over would be terribly similar. Well, I did remember though it is hardly worthwhile. They just want to star. We have some mariesii viburnum installed in 2015 and they have been very disappointing. Viburnum Mariesii looks sick Asked April 10, 2020, 3:28 PM EDT I am attaching 3 photos of my 15 year old viburnum mariesii that suddenly looks like it is on its way out. Eventually. I’ll do so now. If you feel like the shrub is spreading too much, prune back to control the shape. I left The Priory in August 2018. A pleasing and timely prize. And so now to May 2018. Hi Jonathan, a little while after I read your comment I too saw the Chelsea plant awards. […], theanxiousgardener.com I have slower performers, Boys – including three oak trees I transplanted about four years ago. The leaf beetles are a more serious problem. Details 'Mariesii' is a large deciduous shrub with wide-spreading, tiered branches and prominently veined, dark green, ovate leaves, purple in autumn. Hope that helps, D. Amazing coincidence. Our pot grown Japanese snowball 'Mariesii' can be planted at any time of the year. And as Christina says below (her comment is in reply to you but appears in the wrong ‘bit’) I too think gardens have room for stars as well as team players – if the garden is big enough. A beautiful exemplar of this lovely shrub. IF there’s one shrub no garden should be without, it’s Viburnum plicatum ‘Mariesii’. They do not tolerate heavy clay soils with poor drainage. What is causing this condition? She better behave, or there’ll be trouble. (btw I didn’t go to Chelsea after all, otherwise I would’ve made contact). Powdery Mildew. We probably should have shown it some secatures. I am most attached to this viburnum and hope you can suggest what to do. D, Yes, very similar, but it does carry more berries in the autumn than Mariesii. Any ideas about why this is happening? Hi Pauline, glad I’m not alone. I’ll also cut a bigger planting square – the mower sometimes snaps off lower branches. You just need to buy a bigger garden, is all! Thanks. Dave. But to answer your other questions, I planted it out about 9 years ago (as a small one foot or so high plant) and it is now roughly 8 feet across and a little less than 6 feet high. I first attempted to walk all of this path in 1981, failed, but then succeeded the following year. I don’t suppose an oak tree is a team player but I’m very pleased that we have several at the Priory. Protecting Viburnum From Frost - Unseasonably warm weather has pushed my viburnum into buds that are getting ready to … There are bare patches on limbs with no leaves and where there are leaves i cannot see any buds. this is how my V. plicatum ‘Mariesii’ looks in May 2016, its seventh year. Avoid locations that are too exposed to harsh sun. I’m afraid that there will be no more annual updates on ‘my’ Viburnum plicatum ‘Mariesii’. We recommend that you prune dead and any crossing branches. Occasionally, viburnum diseases may strike, but their occurrence is typically rare. Non-fragrant flowers in flat-topped, lacecap-like clusters bloom in profusion along the branches in April or May. Dave. Learn how your comment data is processed. It is happening all over the plant, not just on one specific branch. I have BlueMuffin and Brandywine varieties here in the southeastern US. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. After mulling over which long-distance path to walk for my 2017 hiking holiday, I decided to revisit my first love, The Ridgeway. As with nearly any plant, the best way to prevent viburnum diseases is by giving plants ideal growing conditions. thewalkinggardener.com Mariesii (Doublefile) Viburnum by Robert, July 6, 2020. And stand alone shrubs and trees are not very garden amenable. One for me to admire with envy rather than plant in my own small garden. It seems to want to deter having Neighbors. Grooming and Maintenance. All that digging out heavy clay, mulching, staking, regular watering through their first year. They are in the sun and get water regularly. TIP: If you’re pruning lots in the garden, do yourself a favor and pick up a pair of Felco hand pruners. But yep, it is always worth it. And now in May 2015 it is looking rather stately and making quite an impact. The Mariesii was badly scorched and is not its usual pretty self. So, far enough forward to catch some rays I would suggest. For a while at least. Yep, it does need space. Cumbria, United Kingdom. Soils were saturated due to heavy rains and this reduces oxygen in the soil and affects the root system. The pleated, green foliage may develop fall color in some regions. ( Log Out / tomentosum) is a large deciduous shrub with a rectangular profile, usually wider than tall. Planting in front of North facing fence how far from fence will I need to plant it? One is in a border and need regular trimming to stop it blocking a path and the other, I have trained as a standard (I didn’t know what it was when I took it out of a garden where it wasn’t wanted). Control measures should target the larvae, not the adults. The branches are a vital part of mariesii viburnum’s charm. Hi Christina, always a shame when something doesn’t do as it’s told. They are on … Growing just fine, but not flowering. Already a good size and full of blooms. A dense, upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with somewhat horizontal branching that grows 8 to 12 feet high. I’m surprised you like this more than the others when many of the Viburnums have such wonderful perfume. But in an old garden, which has evolved over centuries, with enormous oaks and ash and what have you, I don’t see that the odd standalone, ‘specimen’ shrub is somehow an aberration. REALLY large and robust plants - all were very healthy and much larger than I expected, even with a 5-gallon pot size. I too have pruned a few branches over the years, to allow smaller plants in front to be seen. Ask an Expert is made up of groups and individual experts. see more; Family Adoxaceae . ( Log Out / tomentosum-types generally feature a ring of large, sterile florets that surround the central mass of … Problems of Viburnum Leaves Curled, Discolored due to Aphids Aphids, also called "plant lice," attack tender branches and flower clusters. I bought a small, twelve inch plant in 2009 and dug a hole in the lawn. I know that within a few inches, I’ll be digging into solid, yellow clay – and what to do with it all?! A variety of leaf spots are caused by the fungi Cercospora spp., Phoma spp., and Phyllosticta spp. I’ve done a quick Google search now though and found this, which you may have already seen, – https://forum.gardenersworld.com/discussion/1000349/viburnums-dying. Spray neem oil on the plant to kill any aphids as soon as you spot them. I feel so, so sad. Any help and ideas would be gratefully received. Dave. But then us gardeners don’t always get what we wish for. I had it pruned by a reputable landscaper 2 Years ago. Q. Kern’s Pink Viburnum Flowers Wrong Color - I planted 2 Kern's Pink Viburnums on the north side of our house about 3 years ago. The viburnum mariesii is a very beautiful shrub, appreciated in our gardens for its beautiful flowering. Their flowers range from sweetly fragrant to unpleasantly scented and are primarily creamy white, but can vary from white to pink. Worth the wait, I think, and made easier by loads of other plants maturing gradually over the years too. Sorry. ( Log Out / I could have stayed put all day – happily reading, eating and looking through its large windows at hares galore; waiting for a glimpse of barn owl; or enjoying the antics of resident stoats. Would love a bigger garden, but lack the £££ (or should that be £££££££?). My ten year old viburnum davidii shrubs only have leaves growing on the outside tips of the branches. PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sat, Apr 23, 2016. Also, Viburnums can be susceptible to a canker disease called Botryosphaeria which can cause branch dieback. Special Note: This profile page covers both Viburnum plicatum and Viburnum plicatum var. As the disease works on, the roots of the bush will gradually get sicker and sicker. We also had a drought last summer and this affects the roots too. Dave. Dave, Several years ago, I planted V. p. ‘Pink Beauty’, but if I was starting again, I’d choose ‘Mariesii’, Hi, I had to look that one up. So, I’m afraid there won’t be any more updates on the viburnum. It is a broad, dense, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub that typically matures to 10-12’ tall and spreads to 15’ wide. Doublefile Viburnum Viburnum plicatum tomentosum 'Mariesii' Sku #7406. Difficult not to form an attachment. Gosh, but she’s gone to a strict home. Thanks again. My viburnums set fruit in some years but not in others. D. One of the lovelier viburnams – it has grown into a beautiful shape – you must be like a proud father seeing his baby grow. There is no chemical control and all you can do is prune back to healthy wood. An arboretum isn’t a garden, it’s true. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. I had long lusted after Viburnum plicatum ‘Mariesii’ (lusted might be too strong a word). Dave. Fungal Leaf Spots. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Guess I go for the visual interest first. Hmmm. One of the most damaging diseases of viburnum is Armillaria root rot, also known as shoestring root rot or mushroom root rot. Take your time, Mariesii – I’m in no hurry. I can’t really help I’m afraid, as I didn’t experience any die back and so haven’t ever researched the problem. Sorry Charles, I would have offered you my hand had I known you were down. There is a stretch of woods behind them so I don't think it's fertilizer runoff and excess nitrogen. Hi Elizabeth, I’ll post a photo in a few weeks of the shrub in flower – as has become a curious tradition of mine. Viburnum mariesii delivers multi-season interest that’s over the top. Hard to say, Geoff without seeing the site but they don’t like full shade. Suddenly one has died completely and then significant branches on the other plant are now showing brown and this is increasing by the day. It says on the ticket it flowers in May. If they have irregular brown spots that are sunken and dry, they may have a fungal spot disease. Hang on, I’ve got up again. D. A hybrid of this won best plant at Chelsea this week……great plant and nice to see a ‘shrub’ getting some richly deserved praise! that is sad. I’m sorry I can’t be more helpful other than to say that the shrub might have honey fungus? I left The Priory in August 2018 to move across country to Gloucestershire (see this post, At Last, The Priory). The green foliage develops a … Viburnum plicatum is a dense, upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub that typically matures to 8-15’ tall with a slightly larger spread. Enjoy, D. I’ve had a glorious VPM in my garden for about 30 years. The VPM sits in an area of what was just lawn (of which we have more than enough) and, I think, it and several other trees and shrubs in that particular spot do add to the overall feel of the Priory and do relate to the garden. Prune no more than 1/3 of the shrub to try and stimulate new growth. I've had in the ground that has done well until this summer (an admittedly hot summer in Seattle but we water daily).Leaves going brown on the tips and then spreading to the entire leave which curls and dies. Leaf spot fungal diseases, as well as the fungal disease anthracnose, usually do not do lasting ha… So there! And in 2017? I love the structure, the floral display, everything. Problems with Viburnam Mariesii. I’ve just planted one of these in my garden. plicatum, produces 2 to 3 inch wide showy, snowball-type clusters of white flowers in spring. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. One plant had some obvious damage from shipping but appears to be recovering well now that they are in the ground. Dave. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Julia, You may be dealing with several issues. I hve two well established Viburnham Mariesi plants. Although the 'Mariesii' cultivar is relatively pest-resistant, they may experience viburnum leaf beetles (Pyrrhalta viburni) and aphids. But a relatively harsh winter – for Sussex – killed off some branches and deer have nibbled others. If I had to choose just ONE viburnum, this particular one would be it. By Alan Titchmarsh. Viburnum plicatum Mariesii facts. Viburnum Diseases & Insect Pests. tomentosum.These plants are identical in most respects, except V. plicatum bears clusters of solely sterile flowers 2-3 weeks later than V. p. var. Viburnum plicatum ‘Watanabe’ needs relatively cool soil to develop well. Gardenality is a gardening-centric site made by gardeners for gardeners with tools that enhance any gardening for the expert to the weekend gardener. I do have fragrance allergies and although that’s USUALLY not an issue as long as I don’t bring problem plants into the house, it’s probably why fragrance isn’t something I actively look for. It has lovely lime green leaves, and is a hardy shrub. Doublefile viburnum does need room to spread. Mind you it does have a rather gangly almost aggressive growth as your pics so ably shows. Julia. Lovely post. It is amenable to very hard pruning, Charles – so I shouldn’t think yours is beyond help. © Images and text are copyright of theanxiousgardener.com. Botryosphaeria Dieback & Canker. Smart tip about snowball bushes. A very hard frost in the last days of April killed flowers and buds all over the garden. I’ve enjoyed its slow-ish growth, development and increasing presence in the garden. Start by removing weeds and grass within a metre of your desired planting hole, then dig a square hole as deep as the root mass and approximately 2x as wide. Shasta viburnum (Viburnum plicatum var. Among the most common causes for viburnum leaves turning brown or black are leaf spot diseases. I love them but many gardeners in my area do not care for them. Can’t argue with them being lovely shrubs. These contrast beautifully with large white lacecap spring flowers. Today would be the second third of our planned three-day walk. I have tried to trim to healthy growth and will mulch and water as needed. There are almost no inner leaves at all. Over the last couple of years it started looking quite unhappy and a lot of its branches are now dying. 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Dave. This can be prevalent on sites due to site problems or environmental issues like drought. It’s a real spreader with strong horizontal branches. @anxiousgardener. It may not be quick growing but it certainly has impac! I am in South Carolina. Viburnums range in height from 2 feet to 30 feet. It is so pretty, and thank you for showing us its growth stages. GETTY I am also having this same problem with a Viburnum Bodnantense Dawn. Mulch should be no thicker than several inches and keep away from the base of the trunk. Seems very similar, no? I had long lusted after Viburnum plicatum 'Mariesii' (lusted might be too strong a word). , Interesting that perfume isn’t always a factor – as, indeed, it isn’t for me. The broadly rounded form on this medium-sized deciduous shrub supports tiered horizontal branches that display the magnificent, large, white, lacecap flower clusters, creating a stunning show in spring. I found that they are ideal in filling the centre of an island bed, they look beautiful at the moment, but when they have finished flowering other shrubs take over. I’ve long admired that shrub too. The pests are spindly-legged, pear-shaped insects little bigger than the head of a pin. Shasta viburnum is one of the spring bloomers that not only catches your interest in spring, but holds it the rest of the year. I am prostrate. Then, within months of starting work at The Priory, and with… Thanks. We’ve got one of these, natch. That’s a very apt description of this “not a team player” but every garden needs some stars! I had one here once, under the Mulberry to give it some shade, that it needed here, but sadly the Mulberry though providing shade also took all the available water so it died. Tis wondrous, though as you say, it does need some space. After it has finished flowering, I will carefully prune a few branches to enhance the shape. Take a close look at your browning viburnum leaves. The individual florets grow in clusters usually found at the ends … There were no late frosts this year and, unlike last year, no damage to the flowers. Viburnums grow best in at least 6 hours of sun and the site looks shady. They won’t do an awful lot in my lifetime! tomentosum.The flat-topped flower clusters of var. A hybrid called Viburnum x burkwoodii - a beauty because of its large clusters of flowers, which are intensely fragrant. There was I, admiring this very shrub at a garden yesterday, and here you are having written about it. (I’ve made a note of ‘exemplar’). For the most part, viburnums are tough and tolerant plants, not plagued by pests or problems. Yours is certainly worth waiting for. The outward spread of my V. plicatum ‘Mariesii’ is less than I had hoped for. Left unpruned, it forms a shrub that’s 10 to 12 feet tall and 12 to 15 feet wide. Then, within months of starting work at The Priory, and with all that space to play in, I finally seized my chance. I had seen them in parks and open gardens but as VPM is a large shrub - and I only had a little garden - I bided my time. ‘Mariesii’ is a doublefile viburnum noted for its distinctively layered horizontal branching. Don’t panic. These fungal leaf spots on ... Algal Leaf Spot. This is another fungus, but it affects the roots of the plant and can lead to death. Doublefile Viburnum Shrubs Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Mariesii' Doublefile Viburnum Shrubs are a medium-sized, deciduous flowering shrub that have levels of horizontal branches that display the magnificent, large, white, lacecap flower clusters in spring. Initially, the leaves and stems of the plant will appear stunted, yellow and leaves may drop to the ground. Please post a pic of how yours looks now, height, width and how old it is. It might eventually reach three metres in height and four wide but not for another ten years or so. Viburnum plicatum f.tomentosum ‘Mariesii’ has distinctly veined, dark green leaves which become red-purple in autumn. D. Bought one today! But I am very happy to agree to disagree. In summary, what you need to know: Last name : Viburnum plicatum mariesii Family: Adoxaceae Type: Shrub Height: 2.5 m Exposure: Sunny or partial shade Ground: Ordinary, well drained Foliage: Obsolete Flowering: April to June. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Just what gardening is about for me – acquiring a plant you love, and waiting…and waiting, Thanks Jules. How far back should I prune them? Doublefile viburnum or Japanese snowball viburnum, Viburnum plicatum var. The last several seasons we had a lot of moisture. 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