Hardy, tiny viburnum. Large clusters of fragrant, cream-white blooms in late spring mature to green berries which turn pink, then red, followed by blue/black and persists over the winter. Glossy green foliage. Requires another V. cassinoides or V. nudum to produce fruit.
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Oval, upright form. Clusters of dainty white blooms mature to small, dark blue berries. Attractive, glossy, serrated foliage turns shades of bright yellow, orange and red in fall. Adaptable to a variety of soil types and conditions. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.
Clusters of cream-white spring blooms mature to blue-black ornamental fruit in summer. Low maintenance shrub with dark green foliage turning yellow, orange, red and purple in fall. Works well as an accent, tall hedge or privacy screen. Drought tolerant once established.
Mohican Wayfaring Tree
Viburnum lantana 'Mohican'
Globular form with cream-white, flat-topped bloom clusters through summer, maturing to orange-red to black ornamental fruit. Velvety, deeply veined grey-green foliage turns purple-bronze in fall. One of the most drought tolerant viburnum once established.
Large, upright vase-shaped native plant. White, flat-topped bloom clusters in spring, purple-red fall foliage and blue-black berries persisting over winter. Berries are used for eating fresh or preserves. Excellent hedge material. Adaptable to many soil conditions.
Mounding, dense shrub. Clusters of single white blooms in early spring mature to showy, scarlet ornamental fruit which persists over winter. New red-tinged lobed foliage matures to glossy green, then brilliant red in the fall. Ideal for mass plantings. Drought tolerant.
Dwarf European Cranberry
Viburnum opulus 'Nanum'
Dwarf, mounding shrub grown for its glossy, three-lobed foliage which turnings vivid purple-red in fall. Low maintenance shrub does well in wet heavy soil. Excellent for low hedges or foundations. Drought tolerant once established. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil.