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Arrowwood Viburnum - 2 - 3 feet Bareroot

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Ornamental Habitat Native Arrowwood ViburnumLustrous Dark Green Foliage in SummerExcellent Yellow and Reddish Purple Fall ColorFlat Topped Creamy White Flowers Bring ButterfliesBlue-Black Berries Feed BirdsFast Growing Screening or Hedging Plant in Sun or Part ShadeDeer Resistant, Unless They Are Really HungryNative to North AmericaHost Food for Native ButterfliesStraight Shoots Were Used by Native Americans as Arrow Shaft…
Ornamental Habitat Native Arrowwood ViburnumLustrous Dark Green Foliage in SummerExcellent Yellow and Reddish Purple Fall ColorFlat Topped Creamy White Flowers Bring ButterfliesBlue-Black Berries Feed BirdsFast Growing Screening or Hedging Plant in Sun or Part ShadeDeer Resistant, Unless They Are Really HungryNative to North AmericaHost Food for Native ButterfliesStraight Shoots Were Used by Native Americans as Arrow ShaftsIf you are a fan of the magnificent North American outdoors, you'll want to consider adding native Arrowwood Viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) to your landscape. Plant a few as a hedge along the house or in a naturalized area for spring interest.This fast-growing, deciduous shrub has showy spring flowers that bring butterflies by the thousands. It's also a host plant for several caterpillars, including the fantastic Hummingbird Moth.You'll love how the flowers appear like small bouquets of tiny white blossoms. The raised stamens give them a delightfully fuzzy appearance that will tempt you to reach out and touch. Spring flowers in flat-topped clusters give way to bluish purple fruit drupes that will be a feast for your wildlife.If not eaten, the fruit may persist through winter for added interest. Many types of birds not only eat the Arrowwood Viburnum's fruit, but also use the shrub for shelter and even nesting.Fall color goes through a myriad of colors of yellow, orange, red, and purple. What a wonderful, large growing shrub that has flowers in spring, fruit in summer, and phenomenal fall color! With a multi-season of interest, this hardy plant delivers a showy presence in the landscape.If you're interested in creating an encouraging habitat for wildlife, the Arrowwood Viburnum will be a useful addition to your yard. Its foliage is an important food source for the Azure butterfly and several species of moth.With stick straight new shoots, the Native Americans used to cut their arrow shafts from this pretty shrub. Why not cut some for your indoor flower arrangements? The quilted, finely-toothed...
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