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Arrowwood Viburum

Arrowwood Viburum

Regular price $9.96
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Viburnum dentatum

Commonly known as arrowwood viburnum, is a deciduous shrub native to North America. Recognized for its dense, rounded form, it boasts glossy, dark green leaves and clusters of creamy-white flowers in spring. As the season progresses, the plant produces blue-black berries that attract birds. Arrowwood viburnum is adaptable to various soil types and is prized for its resilience and low maintenance. With its ornamental features and versatility, it's a popular choice for hedges, borders, or as a standalone specimen in gardens and naturalized landscapes.

Origin: Native

Current Sale Size: 12 - 18”, bare root seedling

Growth Rate: Medium (13" - 24" / yr)

Soils: Medium, well-drained soils

Moisture: Mesic to Wet

Shade Tolerance: Sun to Part Shade

Mature Height: 6 - 10 ft.

Mature Spread: 6 - 10 ft.

Deer Damage Potential: Low

Uses: Hedge, wildlife, pollinators, birds and butterflies

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