Estimated Height at Pickup: 1-2’, 1 gal

A hardy, adaptable viburnum perfect for woodland edges, visual screens, and thicket plantings. White spring flowers attract a variety of small insects and berries are attractive to birds. Will take bright shade but not deep shade.

Pollination: 2+ individuals recommended. 

Light: Full Sun, Part Sun/Shade, Shade

Soil Moisture: Mesic, Dry Mesic, Dry

Soil Type: Loam, Clay Loam, Sandy Loam, Rocky Loam

Height: 12’-15’

Width: 12’-15’

Bloom Color: White

Bloom Time: May

Fruit: Oblong drupes (berries) darken to blue/black in the fall.

Fall Color: Red, Orange

Root Type: Taproot

Notable Wildlife Interactions: Flowers attract mainly small bees and flies, and occasionally butterflies, skippers, hummingbird moths, and ants. Hosts the spring/summer azure and Baltimore butterflies, and several moths including the hummingbird clearwing. Drupes are eaten by migrating birds in the fall, as well as chipmunks and squirrels. Occasionally browsed by deer.

Notes: Berries seem to be technically edible, but not particularly practical or sought after by humans.

Qty available:45

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