Viburnum recognitum Northern Arrowwood

Viburnum recognitum, variously called the northern arrowwood, southern arrowwood, and smooth arrow-wood. They are typically found in wetter habitats such as stream banks, bottomlands, swamps, and mesic woodlands.

Description

Viburnum recognitum Northern Arrowwood

Ideal for hedging and wildlife corridors. White flower clusters and dark blue berries are offset by dense foliage for a long season of visual interest.

Insect pollinated fruit are loved by birds throughout late fall and berries may linger through winter months.

USDA Viburnum recognitum pdf

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