Viburnum, Black Haw (Viburnum prunifolium)


Native large shrub with glossy leaves (burgundy in fall), white spring flowers, and spectacular late summer berries. 5 – 12’ ht.

4″ bare root

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Viburnum prunifolium is a small tree or multi-stemmed shrub with impressive dark green foliage in summer months changing in the autumn to a purple, rich red burgundy color which is quite showy. Pretty flowers are creamy white and bloom in early May. Flower blooms are followed by a droopy blue-black edible fruit. The tasty fruits can be eaten fresh or made in jams and jellies. The attractive foliage turns to rich bronze to vibrant red in the fall. Grows 12′-15′ high with and 8′-12′ spread. Adapts to many soils. Does well in sun or shade. Very hardy and easy to grow.


Bare root 2 – 3′