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Blackhaw

 

Ripe Fruit

 Viburnum prunifolium

 

Description:

Sturdy deciduous shrub, 12-15 ft tall, White Flowers followed by yellow berries turning blue/black, short trunk, branching stems with attractive green foliage. 

Habitat:

Low to upland wood edges, thickets, and roadsides.

Foliage:

Dark green changing to brilliant reddish purple in the Fall. 

Flowers & Berries:

Young yellow green berries which ripen to a blue black color.

 

Growing Requirements of this and other Elms Nursery Plants

 

 

Photos Hester Burch

 

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