Tolerant of various conditions, Arrowwood Viburnum prefers moist, well-drained sites and grows best in full sun to partial shade.
Ripened fruit hangs in clusters and is a favorite of wildlife. The dense foliage provides cover to birds and small woodland mammals, with the leaves, bark, and woody branches being preferred by beaver, deer, and rabbit.
|Common Name||Arrowwood Viburnum|
|Scientific Name||Viburnum dentatum|
|Wildlife Value||Cover, Browse Plants, Fruit|
|USDA Zone||2 - 8|
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