As the name implies, Alfredo is a more compact version of highbush cranberry, maturing at 1.5-2m (5-6') high and wide. With it's dense, tidy form, it makes an ideal landscaping specimen, changing from an attractive green to a beautiful copper-crimson by fall. The scarlet berries add a nice touch - until the birds get them.
(Viburnum trilobum 'Alfredo')
SELF FERTILE | ZONE 2 | HARVEST: AFTER LIGHT FROST