Arrowwood Viburnum

$3699

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3-4'

Arrowwood Viburnum

$3699

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3-4'
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Arrowwood Viburnum Is Stunning 

Arrowwood Viburnum Is A Beautiful Shrub To Use In Landscaping

They  are also known as Viburnum dentatum, is a deciduous shrub native to North America. It typically grows 6-10 feet tall and wide, with an upright, rounded habit.

The leaves are green and glossy, with a slightly toothed edge, and turn shades of red and purple in the Fall (End of October). It produces flat-topped clusters of small, creamy-white flowers attracting pollinators from late Spring 2024 to early summer.

Arrowwood Viburnum Has Beautiful Berries

Blue-black berries follow these in late summer to early Fall (End of October), which birds enjoy. It is a popular landscape plant due to its adaptability to various soil types and conditions. It prefers well-drained soil and sun to partial shade. It is also tolerant of drought, heat, and air pollution environments. Pruning can be done in the winter or Spring of 2024 to maintain shape and promote new growth.

Arrwwood Viburnum Conditions 

It is a deciduous shrub native to North America. It can be grown in various soil types, including clay, loam, and sand, and can tolerate wet and dry conditions.

Here are some tips for planting this beautiful shrub:

Sunlight: They prefer full sun to partial shade. It will still grow in shady conditions but in Spring 2024 not flower as well.

Soil: It grows well in various soil types but prefers moist, well-draining soil. If your soil is heavy clay or poorly draining, amend it with compost or sand to improve drainage.

Watering: Water your shrub regularly during the first growing season to establish strong roots. After that, it can tolerate droughts.

Spacing: Space your  plants about 6 to 8 feet apart to allow for mature growth.

  • Pruning: Arrowwood Viburnum can be pruned in early Spring 2024 to maintain its shape or remove dead or damaged branches.
  • Companion planting: It can be planted with other shrubs or perennials to create a mixed border. Good companion plants include summer blooming perennials such as coneflowers, bee balm, and black-eyed Susans.
  • Overall, It is a versatile, easy-to-grow shrub that can add beauty to any landscape.

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     This shrub or Viburnum Dentatum is a small multi-stemmed shrub. Native to much of the Eastern States and parts of Canada. A few variations are commonly found. The Arrowood Viburnum can grow in hardiness zones 2 to 8.  


    At maturity, it has a comparable spread growth. It has a moderate growth rate, with height increases of 13 to 24" per year. This shrub has an irregular, rounded shape. The sun preference is at least 4 hours of direct sunlight daily. 

    However, the shrubs are open to sunlight. These plants tolerate any sunlight. When its light needs are met, white blossoms form. The soil preference is acidic, alkaline, moist, rich, loamy, and well-drained. The shrubs are good as border plants. 

    They can be used as hedges and screens. With excellent care, the shrubs can reach 15 feet tall. If spots in your yard are too wet for other plants, these shrubs are a good choice for planting in these areas. They can handle moist soil. 

    This shrub produces Ivory white flowers in clusters 2-4" and Bloom from May to early June. In early fall, ½" blue-black berries appear. The fruits provide a food source for various birds and other species. This shrub attracts Red Admirals, Eastern commas, Butterflies, and Hummingbird Moths. Berries contain 41.3% fat for these birds.

     It forms dense underbrush, providing excellent covering and nesting for birds. Caterpillars eat this shrub. The Viburnum Leaf Beetle, an invasive insect, also devours the leaves. The leaves are dark green with coarsely toothed margins. In the late fall, the foliage turns yellow, glossy red, or reddish-purple. 

    Differences can include leaf size, shape, and placement of pubescence on leaf undersides. Arrowwood Viburnum comes from Native Americans using the stem's strong qualities to make arrow rods. The young shoots used for these came from the shrub's young roots.

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