- Mature height: 12 to 20 feet
- Light: Part shade
- Soil: Moist
- Landscape uses: This small tree or large shrub can be used as a tall hedge or screen, or as a specimen tree.
- Deer resistant: Yes
- Two or more plants are best for fruit
- Fun fact: The berries can be eaten raw or made into jams and preserves.
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Pollinator value: Very High.
Attracts native bees, honey bees, bumble bees, butterflies, and more.
This shapely shrub or small tree produces enchanting white flower clusters in May and June followed by edible berries and dark green foliage that becomes reddish-purple in fall.
The Blackhaw tolerates drought and does well in urban conditions. Its resistance to disease makes it a good substitute for the White Flowering Dogwood. Note that viburnums will set fruit better if there are two or more for pollination.