Possum Haw Seedlings
- Latin Name- Viburnum Prunifolium Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 12-25 ft Width- 10-12 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Possum Haw Seedlings - Ilex Decidua.
Possumhaw Seedlings, also called possumhaw holly, is a deciduous shrub that can grow up to 30 feet in height. Possumhaw Seedlings pale gray branches and glossy green leaves provide interest, and small red berries offer pops of color in winter. Opossums and other small mammals, along with birds, enjoy these berries throughout the winter season. Possumhaw Seedlings has small white blooms in spring. Possumhaw Seedlings requires sun to partial shade and moist soil that is humus-rich, sandy, or clay, and slightly acidic. Possumhaw Seedlings is a low-maintenance accent shrub grows well in Zones 5-9. Standing alone as a specimen, or grouped into a hedge, this ornamental beauty will provide enjoyment for years to come.
The Possum Haw seedling grows into a beautiful shrub, which makes a great accent piece for any yard. It can be planted just about anywhere and is tolerant to both drought and flooding conditions. It is also known to attract a wide variety of wildlife. The Possum Haw seedling produces white flowers during the springtime, which later turn to red or orange berries. These berries provide a vital source of food for animals throughout the winter months. Another nice feature is that these berries also add a beautiful splash of color against the snow during winter months when most other trees have gone bare.
Possum Haw Seedlings will mature into beautiful trees. Possumhaw Seedlings are fast-growing trees and will grow at a rate of 2 to 3 feet per year. Many times, these are considered shrubs, because they are smaller trees and do tolerate trimming well. They can be kept pruned and cut to the desired size of the owner. Possumhaw Seedlings will produce gorgeous yellow blossoms that will replace by a red berry. Possumhaw Seedlings berries will attract a variety of wildlife.