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Viburnum dentatum

Arrowwood Viburnum

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Viburnum dentatum (Arrowwood Viburnum)

In late spring, clusters of white, flat-topped flowers appear, followed by clusters of blue-black fruit that attract birds and other wildlife. The dark green, glossy leaves turn red, yellow or orange in the fall. Excellent for landscapes or conservation plantings.

Additional Information:


Height
6-10 Feet

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Spread
6-10 Feet

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Bloom/Seasonal Color
White


USDA Hardiness Zone 2-8

Home Owner Growing and Maintenance Tips:

Good Companions
American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana), Deciduous Holly (Ilex decidua), Serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea)

Characteristics & Attributes

Hydrologic Designation

FAC

Nature Attracting

Songbird

Season of Interest

Late (July-frost)
Mid (May-June)

Soil Moisture

High

Sun Exposure

Full Sun
Medium Sun/Average Shade

USFS MO Ecological Map

Wildlife Benefit

Food/Small Animals
Food/Birds
Nesting