Southern Arrowwood

Viburnum dentatum

Southern Arrowwood Viburnum dentatum is a multi-stemmed shrub (6′ – 12’ X 6′ – 10’) that occurs over most of the state in moist woodlands and along streambanks. It blooms May – July with creamy-white flowers. Blue-black, ½”-diameter berries ripen in early Fall, and attractive foliage color is displayed later in the Fall.

Southern Arrowwood produces pollen, nectar, and fruit for butterflies, other native insects, and birds. Its narrow upright form of long thin branches makes it a useful shrub for narrow beds and courtyard plantings.

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