Arrowwood Viburnum

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Latin Name- Viburnum Dentatum Hardy Planting Zone- 3-8 Mature Height- 6-15 ft Width- 6-5 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun
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Arrowwood Viburnum Description

Arrowwood Viburnum, Viburnum Dentatum is Flowering Shrub

Arrowhead Viburnum produces clusters of creamy white flowers in the spring, which later give way to stunning dark-blue berry-like drupes in the summer. In the fall, its dark green leaves take on hues of beautiful yellows and reds. In addition to being a lovely visual addition to any landscape, this shrub also provides excellent cover and nesting sites for birds, attracting a wide array of butterfly species. This shrub can grow in Hardiness Zones 3-8 and, at maturity, reach heights of 6-15′, generally spreading equally as wide. This species is a flowering shrub, commonly planted for flowers' profusion from May to early June. These shrubs can be expected to increase roughly 13-24″ per year.

You can use this plant as a hedge or screen between your house and a neighbor's yard. Many people love this plant because it proliferates, especially if planted in full sun. You can also use these plants around your property to create a natural screen for unwanted views or block out neighbors. This plant will grow well in acidic soils and tolerate neutral soils. It prefers well-drained soil but will also tolerate poorly drained soils.  

These shrubs perform well in both full sun and partial shade, making them attractive for many landscape designs. The rounded shape of these trees also makes them an excellent choice for areas where space is limited, but you still want to add a touch of natural beauty. They work well as specimen trees in small yards or as part of your landscaping design when planting alongside other flowering shrubs like dogwoods, witch hazels, or crabapples.

Purchase Arrowwood Viburnums because they can be used as a hedge or border to create a natural privacy screen. This shrub will grow to around eight feet tall but can be pruned to maintain the desired height. 

Arrowwood viburnums for sale have dark green leaves that turn yellow or red in fall. The shrubs also have a beautiful red fall color with orange-brown bark on older branches. The Arrowwood Viburnum shrub has an upright vase shape with slender stems that radiate from the plant's trunk. These shrubs add texture and color with their unique foliage and bark patterns.

 

Arrowwood Viburnums, Viburnum Dentatum Excellent Cover and Nesting Sites for Birds

Arrowwood Viburnum can typically thrive in most soil conditions, making them great for many diverse areas. Acidic, alkaline, loamy, sandy, well-drained, or even clay soils will all work well for growing and thriving this species. This shrub is also known as the Bull Tongue plant. Many wildlife creatures use this for food and grow well in zones two to ten. It is perfect for adding to your water garden or planting around any body of water you may have on your property. This plant will grow up to four feet tall, and the foliage is unique in that it looks similar to arrowheads. This shrub adds lots of bright green color when fully grown and has excellent curb appeal to lawns and landscapes.

Arrowwood viburnum, Viburnum Dentatum is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping.

Arrowwood Viburnum - Viburnum dentatum - is a plant that offers you a complete package of aesthetics, commercial value, and wildlife benefits.

It is a bit flowering shrub that belongs to the honeysuckle family. Its upright growth habit features stems of lustrous green, oblong leaves with serrated margins. It has a modest pace of development. It is a multi-stemmed, spherical plant that blooms in late spring or early summer, bearing creamy white blossoms. It is best to plant it during spring or early autumn.

It is a reasonably winter-hardy plant that grows around 3 to 10 feet tall, spreading about 8 feet. A grayish-brown bark covers the surface of the branches' ridges, which are thin and downy. Its buds are tiny, greenish-brown, and glossy in appearance. The deciduous foliage of the arrowhead plant is typically dark green, shiny, and elliptical with jagged ends. In the autumn, they become yellow or crimson. Its creamy-white blooms appear in early summer and mature into a blue-black colored berry-like fruit, also referred to as a drupe, that matures between August to November. The flowers, grouped in flat-topped clusters, do not have a scent.

Full shade, moderate shade, and full sun are all acceptable planting conditions for this shrub. You may find them growing around the edges of woodlands and open woods and along stream banks. It may be found in the wild in various environments, although it favors a wet soil typically neutral to acidic. It can withstand both periodic droughts and occasional floods without deteriorating.

To add spring interest, you may plant these shrubs as a hedge around the front of your home or in a naturalized area. Its colorful spring blooms attract a large number of butterflies to this deciduous shrub which grows at a rapid rate. Furthermore, it serves as a host plant for various caterpillars, including the enchanting Hummingbird Moth.

Most gardeners adore how the flowers seem like miniature bouquets of delicate white blossoms while they are in bloom. As a result of the elevated stamens, they have a pleasantly fuzzy look that will make you want to lean in and feel them. Their stunning flat-topped spring blooms make way for a bounty of blue-purple fruit drupes, offering a treat for your local animals. Many different birds don't merely consume the fruits of this shrub, but they also utilize the shrub as a source of refuge and a nesting site. If the fruit is not consumed, it may remain on the tree to provide additional interest throughout the winter.

It is a beautiful, large-growing shrub that blooms in the spring, bears fruit in the summer, and displays spectacular autumn color! Yellow, red, and purple are just a few hues that appear throughout the fall season. Because it provides interest throughout the year, this resilient plant has a commanding impact in the area.

This plant is a small to medium-sized deciduous shrub. These shrubs are found across the globe, with several hundred species to date. The most popular is the Snowball Viburnum, one of the best-known flowering shrubs in North America. Arrowwood is another widespread plant that belongs to this group.

They have an upright and rounded habit and can grow 6-9 feet tall if left unpruned. The leaves are opposite and straightforward, ovate with serrated edges. Arrowwood viburnums display white flowers in early spring before their leaves emerge, followed by blackberries which persist through winter until spring when they turn red or maroon. They look great when planted alongside other woodland plants, such as ferns or hostas, and make an excellent choice for a shady garden.

This shrub is an excellent choice for various landscapes, including those with limited space. The viburnum can reach heights between 7 and 10 feet with the proper care, spreading up to 8 feet. It's hardy in zones 3 through 9 with average soil and full sun to partial shade. It is easy to grow from seed or root cuttings, and you can often buy one at your local garden center. However, consider growing if you're looking for speed and control over your plants

Height at maturity:  6-9 feet

Hardiness: zones 3 to 8

Sunlight: partial, full sun

Ship as: Bareroot

 Arrowwood viburnums are very popular in the United States but are not as well-known worldwide.

 The viburnum shrub will grow to around eight feet tall, but it can be pruned to maintain the desired height.

 Arrowwood viburnums for sale have dark green leaves that turn yellow or red in fall. The shrubs also have a beautiful red fall color with orange-brown bark on older branches. The Arrowwood Viburnum shrub has an upright vase shape with slender stems that radiate from the plant's trunk. These shrubs add texture and color with their unique foliage and bark patterns.

 

 

Reviews (4)

  • 5
    Beautiful

    Posted by Benji Briggs on Mar 15, 2018

    Lovely and affordable! Great choice

  • 5
    Beautiful

    Posted by Benji Briggs on Mar 15, 2018

    Lovely and affordable! Great choice

  • 5
    Beautiful

    Posted by Karastin Strongwell on Mar 15, 2018

    Full of life! A beautiful white!

  • 5
    Vibrant

    Posted by Nick Downs on Mar 06, 2018

    Very luscious shrub. I love the white blooms!

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