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American Cranberry Viburnum

Viburnum trilobum

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American Cranberry Viburnum

Viburnum trilobum

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Special Features
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Attracts Butterflies
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Fall Color

Botanical Name

Viburnum trilobum

Outdoor Growing zone

3-7

Mature Height

8-12

Mature Width

8-12

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

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AK, CA, HI, PR

The American Cranberry Viburnum is a very handsome deciduous shrub suitable for gardens even in the coldest parts of the country. It will grow even in zone 2, and all the way into zone 7. It has lobed leaves that turn purple and red in fall, and grows between 8 and 12 feet tall, and as much across. It is an ideal choice for all kinds of gardens, from more formal to wild gardens. It is a North American native shrub, growing all through the north-east, so if you want to grow native species, instead of aliens with the potential for damaging the local environment, this shrub is the perfect choice. In spring it is covered in white flowers, followed by bright red berries in fall. These can be made into jams and jellies.

  • Handsome native shrub
  • Spring white flowers followed by red berries in fall
  • Very winter hardy to zone 2
  • Top choice for natural gardening
  • Easily grown in sun or shade, in any ordinary soil

The American Cranberry Viburnum grows in full sun or partial shade, so it is useful in many parts of the garden. In colder regions in blooms and fruits best in sun. It will grow in almost any kind of soil that is not constantly dry. Established plants can tolerate moderate summer dryness, but keep new plantings watered regularly. The flowers are popular with butterflies and other insects, and the berries are a useful winter food for many kinds of birds. This low-maintenance shrub can be left to grow naturally, or pruned in spring for a neater, more formal appearance.

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