Viburnum davidii ground cover is evergreen and require very little maintenance beyond a slight haircut to maintain their naturally bushy, rounded shape. They will perform well in full sun, partially shaded or fully shaded locations. One thing they do require is moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil until established, when they will tolerate slightly drier soil. They will not thrive in soil that becomes waterlogged so add grit and well-rotted organic matter to clay soils before planting.

How to grow Viburnum davidii

Position: Full sun, partial shade, full shade

Foliage: Evergreen

Soil and site: Fertile, moisture retaining & well drained

Flowering time: Late Spring through to mid-late Summer

Growth rate: Moderate

Ultimate height and spread: 150cm and to 150cm

Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Aftercare: Water well until established, avoiding soil becoming waterlogged. Trim in early Spring or late Autumn to maintain shape