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  • Height: 6-15'
  • Light: Sun or shade
  • Soil: Well-drained, medium
  • Bloom: white, spring
  • Berries: blue, summer (two or more for fruit)
  • Leaf: good fall
  • Landscape: Garden, Hedge, Privacy Screen
  • Tolerates: clay, deer, black walnut
  • Native Americans reportedly used the stems to make arrow shafts

More information and native range here 


Viburnum, Arrowwood

7 Gallons
  • Pollinator value: Very High.  Larval host for the Baltimore Checkerspot and other butterfly species, and the Green Marvel, Pink Prominent and dozens of other moth species.   Attracts robins and other birds; special value to native bees.

    Large bunches of creamy white spring blooms; summer blue berries; fall yellow to red.  Rounded, multi-stemmed shrub, hardy and reliable.  Good for garden backdrop.

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