Possumhaw Viburnum Picture

Clusters of creamy white flowers in June and July are followed by persistent fruits that turn from pink to blue, this densely growing shrub has broad and shiny leaves that turn wine-red in fall, tolerates wet/mucky or acid soil, attracts native and honey bees, caterpillar host, good rain garden plant, beautiful fruits are terrific wildlife (bird) food.

Average To Wet
Sun To Shade
5-12 foot tall (up to 20' wide)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 7a-9b
Woody Shrub or small Tree
Deer Resistant

Native Range: RI to PA, south through w KY & TN to e TX & c FL. Rare in KY, CT, NY, PA, & RI

Possumhaw Viburnum - 6-12 inch tall in a quart pot $16.25
Possumhaw Viburnum - 1-2 foot tall in a quart pot $19.25

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Possumhaw Viburnum Picture

Possumhaw Viburnum Picture