This is an example of a traditional landscaping in Chicago for spring.

Doublefile Viburnum in Spring

Traditional Landscape, Chicago

A historic Howard Van Doren Shaw house from 1896, located on a 5.4 acre bluff overlooking Lake Michigan. Craig Bergmann Landscape Design was asked to design extensive formal gardens within the remnants of a walled garden originally designed by Ellen Biddle Shipman. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan
This is an example of a traditional landscaping in Chicago for spring. - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (2)

mrsrjv wrote:March 25, 2016
  • Donald Bolak
    4 years ago

    The viburnum pictured is not a cultivar. It is V. plicatum f. tomentosum.

  • mrsrjv
    4 years ago

    can I also ask what the purple shrub is? beautiful garden!

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