Viburnum dentatum8-15' x 4-10' Vase-shaped native shrub with long straight rigid shoots that gently arch at the ends, traditionally used for making arrow shafts. Shiny deeply toothed crinkly leaves. White creamy flat flower clusters in spring turn to blue to black ¼" fruit sought after by the birds.
Found growing in lowland thickets as well as upland forests, often on the edge of the woods or near the side of the road. Will sucker and form colonies. Makes a great screen or hedge plant. Native New Brunswick to Minnesota and south to Georgia. Z2/3. Maine Grown. (1–3')
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