- Latin Name- Viburnum Dentatum Hardy Planting Zone- 3-8 Mature Height- 6-15 ft Width- 6-5 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun
Arrowwood Viburnum – Viburnum Dentatum
Arrowood Viburnum makes a lovely shrub for a garden. As it grows and spread, it will look like a waterfall with beautiful white blooms. This fantastic shrub does excellent in various soils. It makes a lovely ornamental shrub for all gardens and lawns. The Arrowood Viburnum is a plant best known for having a look for every season. Easy to grow, hardy, and adaptable, the viburnum dentatum is a common sight throughout the Eastern United States, stretching its territory from Maine to Florida, and into states as far as Iowa and Texas. In the spring, it starts with dark green leaves, topped by contrasting bright white clusters of flowers. Summer brings with it the growth of small dark blue-black colored berries. Though edible, the fruit has little flesh and a large seed, and is not comparable in flavor or use and is mainly considered ornamental. During fall, the leaves shift to bright yellows, reds, and purples before dropping them in the cold of winter. Growing up to a full 15 feet high, and with a comparably sized spread, the Arrowood Viburnum is easy to notice and appreciate in any season.