Arrowwood Viburnum Viburnum dentatum
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AK, AZ, HI
This shrub adds plenty of seasonal interest to any landscape. Creamy white flowers appear in late spring, bundled into lovely flat-topped clusters. Blue-black berry-like drupes follow the flowers in the summertime, ripening completely in early fall. And as fall marches on, the lustrous dark green leaves take on lovely fall shades of yellow, glossy red, or reddish-purple. If you’re looking for a larger statement piece in your space, the arrowwood viburnum should be on the list of contenders.
- Blooms from May to early June, with clusters of creamy white flowers
- Produces lovely fall color
- Provides food, cover, and nesting sites for birds
- Is native to North America
- Will be delivered at a height of 1'–1'6"
Your Tree’s Personality
It forms dense thickets and provides excellent cover and nesting sites. Birds consume the abundant fruits. It attracts Red Admiral, Eastern Comma and Question Mark butterflies and is larval plant food for the spring azure butterfly and hummingbird moth.
The arrowwood viburnum is native from New Brunswick to Minnesota, south to Georgia. The name arrowwood comes from Native Americans using the strong shoots which developed from the roots for the shafts of their arrows.
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