At a Glance
Latin Name: Viburnum dentatum
Other common names: Arrowwood Viburnum
Mature Height/spread: 6 -15 ft high with equal spread. Medium growth rate of 13-24″ per year.
Soil / Climate: Tolerates a wide variety of soils and climates. Because Arrowwood will tolerate wet soils, they are a good choice for areas of the yard that are too wet for many other plants.
Notes: Leaves are dark green in the summer, and reddish to yellow in the fall.
Spring flowers are white. Fruit is dark purple to black.
Wildlife: These bushes attract many different types of butterflies. They also provide the necessary cover to encourage bird activity in the yard, because they form dense thickets. The wild birds will also eat the berries.
Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and the hummingbird moth.
-Wetland tolerant, preferred habitat wildlife
Bare Root Purchase Size: 2-3 ft.
USDA NRCS Species Information