Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum

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Ornamental deciduous shrub with clusters of creamy white flowers in spring and drupes of edible 1/2 inch sized blue/black fruit in fall that attract wildlife. The glossy green leaves turn a rich burgundy in fall. Tolerant of a variety of growing conditions, Rusty Blackhaw develops the most attractive form when planted in full sun with a well drained soil. Mature sizes range from 12-20′ tall and 8-10′ spread depending on site conditions. It grows natively from Virginia to Florida and west to Texas.

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Viburnum rufidulum
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This ornamental deciduous shrub has clusters of creamy white flowers in spring and drupes of edible 1/2 inch blue/black fruit in the fall that attract wildlife. The glossy green leaves turn a rich burgundy in fall. Tolerant of various growing conditions, Rusty Blackhaw develops the most attractive form when planted in full sun with well-drained soil. Mature sizes range from 12-20' tall and 8-10' spread depending on site conditions. It grows natively from Virginia to Florida and west to Texas.
Common Name Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum
Scientific Name Viburnum rufidulum
Wildlife Value Cover, Browse Plants, Fruit
Size 5G
Height 3-4'

Zones

Vegetation Zone 4-9 Green
USDA Zone 4 - 9

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