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Viburnum Dentatum

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Latin Name- Arrowood Viburnum Hardy Planting Zone- 3-8 Mature Height- 6-15 ft Width- 6-15 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun

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Viburnum Dentatum - Arrowwood Viburnum

The Viburnum Dentatum is a deciduous shrub. It is native to Eastern North America and located in the cold hardy to Zone 2 planting zone. At the mature height, this shrub is six to ten feet high. In perfect growing conditions, this shrub can reach up to fifteen feet. The soil requirements of the Arrowwood Viburnum are vast. It will grow in clay, loamy and sandy soil. The pH of the land that is suitable is acid, neutral and basic. The shrub prefers moist soil. This shrub can grow in no shade to semi-shade. The growing speed of the bush is a rather fast rate. In late spring, this shrub produces beautiful white flowers that are non-fragrant. They are grouped in flat three inch clusters. The blooming time of the flowers is from the end of May to the beginning of June. Following the flowers in the Summertime, are beautiful blue-black berries. In the summer the shrub has gorgeous dark green leaves that are two inches to four and a half inches long. The leaves are from one inch to four inches wide. The bases of the leaves are heart-shaped. In the fall, the berries will be fully ripened. The color of the shrubs will vary in late Autumn when the leaves turn. The leaves turn a very dark yellow, deep red or dark purple. The Arrowwood Viburnum has many options for landscaping use. It is very durable and would make a beautiful border to separate properties. It looks lovely in a parking lot, making the area look very natural. This shrub produces an excellent screen or high hedge separation. This shrub would look great and grow very well by the seashore or in large grouping and masses. It attracts many birds from the fruit that it produces. The Viburnum Dentatum is a beautiful shrub that is very easy to grow.

Viburnum Dentatum is an excellent shrub for a garden. Viburnum Dentatum has clusters of white flowers in the spring. The flowers give way to a blue fruit in the fall which will make it a beautiful ornamental plant. Birds will be attracted to the grain on this shrub, and all of them will be gone during Autumn. This branched shrub will provide right nesting spots and coverage for many birds.