Viburnum, Arrowwood ‘Autumn Jazz’

Viburnum dentatum ‘Ralph Senior’

It is named arrowwood viburnum because Native Americans used straight stems from this plant to make arrows. The white flowers with yellow anthers are borne in 4″ clusters in late May. The fruit is a blue-black drupe that is highly favored by birds. Fall color can be spectacular ranging from reddish-orange to almost pure yellow.

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Product Description

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun/Pt Sun

Flower Color:
White

Height:
10-12 Feet

Width:
9-11 Feet

Characteristics:
* Native To North America
* Ornamental Berries
* Hedge

Soil:
Well-Drained Soil

Zone:
4-8