The common form (left) is not as compact as Dense Fence™ Viburnum (right).
Dense Fence™ Viburnum odoratissimum ‘VOC1’
- Forms a dense screening hedge quickly
- Less pruning than the common form
- Subtle red new growth foliage
Description: The Dense Fence™ plant is a Sweet Viburnum, as it is commonly known, and is highly suited for a privacy screen. Finer leaves, higher density, shorter inter-nodes and reddish new growth is what sets Dense Fence™ Viburnum apart from the common form.
Size: 2.5 m high x 2 m wide. (Can reach up to 3.5m in height if left unpruned)
Uses: Screen, hedge, small feature tree, patio pot plant.
Position: It’s tolerant of most soil types and conditions, however, prefers a sunny to partly shaded position with well-drained soil. Tolerates moderate to heavy cold, however Dense Fence™ Viburnum has coped better with -6° Celsius compared to the common form in tests, probably due to its finer leaf. It will also tolerate light frost once established.
Care: Water as required for 8-13 weeks until established. Plant in a well mulched garden (chunky mulch is recommended). Use slow release fertiliser in spring. Prune as required.
Where it works: QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, SA & WA.
Top Dense Fence™ Wholesale Growers
|Bangalow Wholesale Nursery||BROOKLET||0428 878 626|
|Botanica/Abulk Nurseries||SILVERDALE||02 4774 2811|
|Burbank Nursery||KANGY ANGY||02 4352 1071|
|Cabbage Tree Nursery||DURAL||02 9651 1851|
|Diversity Propagation / Kenthurst Nursery||KENTHURST||02 9654 1410|
|Glenleigh Wholesale Nursery||REGENTVILLE||02 4733 3243|
|Marian Grove Nursery||MANGROVE MOUNTAIN||02 4374 1257|
|Facey’s Nursery||DEVON MEADOWS||03 5996 1466|
|Humphris Nursery||MOOROOLBARK||03 9761 9688|
|JMK Nursery||WANDIN EAST||03 5964 2971|
|Meyer Nurseries||BLIND BIGHT||03 5998 3762|
|Prestige Plants||WHITTLESEA||03 5786 2036|
|Rodilesa Plants||JUNORTOUN||03 5449 3966|
|Tall Trees Nursery||BALNARRING||03 5983 0166|
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This website gives general information for the states/regions in Australia. For local information on which plants work in your area contact your local grower. Local grower knowledge is vital, this website is no substitute.
Heights shown on the website are for general gardening conditions. In well maintained gardens, some plants will get taller.