Viburnum lantana 'Mohican'

Viburnum lantana ‘Mohican’

Thick dark green leaves and a dense rounded compact habit make this a unique plant for the landscape. Creamy white flowers in May and orange‑red fruit that later turns black. Foliage is resistant to bacterial black spot.

Plant Height at Maturity

7 feet

Plant Width at Maturity

8 feet

Growth Rate


Growth Habit


Landscape Uses

Hedge | Erosion Control | Ornamental Specimen

Environmental Features

Water-wise | Pollinator Friendly | Bird Habitat | Wildlife Forage Source

Tough Sites

Alkaline Soil | Deer Damage | Urban Conditions

Seasonal Interest

Fall Color | Spring Flowering

Flower Color