Translation of viburnum in Spanish:

viburnum

viburno, n.

Pronunciation: /vaɪˈbərnəm//vʌɪˈbəːnəm/

noun

  • 1

    viburno masculine
    • Laboratory tests indicate that eastern red and pin oaks, some blueberry varieties, and perhaps certain rhododendrons, viburnums, and other landscape plants are highly susceptible to sudden oak death.
    • Echo the fullness of the fruit in arrangements with berries and blooms, such as pale green nicotiana, chocolate cosmos, Oriental poppies, and viburnum.
    • Spring-flowering shrubs include such popular plants as forsythia, deutzia, lilac, viburnum, mock-orange and spirea.
    • Crab apples and viburnums are also good for wildlife, and pyracanthus (fire thorn), burning bush, and barberry provide winter food after their bitter berries have been softened by frosts.
    • For early blooming shrubs such as forsythia and viburnum, prune them as soon as blooms have passed.
    • Carruth meets the trees which are mindless but present as birch, aspen, dogwood, elm, spruce, balsam, viburnum, locust, beech, rockmaple, tamarack, and alder.
    • Plants such as viburnum, dogwood, maple or linden may need more water than species like honeylocust, oak or hackberry, which are better suited to Nebraska's dry, continental climate.
    • The backyard is full of viburnums, witch hazels, hydrangeas of all kinds, fothergillas, and other interesting shrubs.
    • Consider also the deciduous viburnums - these make good summer background shrubs, and the fall display can be lavish with sweeping shades of red to purple and ripened fruits.
    • Generally, pruning should be done on shrubs which flower before mid-summer as soon as flowering is over, including winter-flowering viburnums and mahonias, Ribes sanguineum, weigela and Spiraea ‘Arguta’.
    • At the rear of the property, a pond is formed by raised beds filled with white azaleas, a katsura tree, rhododendrons, a tree fern, a tall viburnum, and other shade-loving plants.
    • On viburnums, pieris and camellia, symptoms are very similar, the disease causing wilting and ultimately death.
    • Imagine the envious looks on neighbors faces as the first burst of bulbs, primrose, and pulmonaria gives way to a riot of color as your azaleas and rhodies harmonize with kerria and viburnums.
    • Witch hazel and viburnum both make good, low maintenance specimen shrubs.
    • An informal hedge of arrowhead viburnums lines the house side of the walk.
    • Evergreen viburnum growing in the shade will certainly get moldy and full of mildew.
    • My viburnum shrubs, which were historically used to counteract negative magicks, are just about ready to burst into fragrant blooms; I'll bet by next week they will be blooming.
    • Branches of viburnum, holly, and barberry offer architectural grace notes and still other means for signaling the season.
    • This viburnum produces clusters of white flowers in late winter to early spring.
    • Since then it has been found mainly in rhododendrons and viburnums, pieris, camellias, lilacs and other plants which have been imported or sat alongside imports.