Clusters of creamy white spring flowers followed by showy berries that ripen to blue-black and often persist through winter adorn this large, upright viburnum. Finely textured, glossy dark green foliage turns red and purple in the fall. A beautiful native shrub for specimen, hedge or mixed shrub border. Fruits are often used in jams and preserves. Deciduous.
Water NeedsWater regularly- weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Tolerates drought, once established.
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