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The Arrowwood Viburnum, Viburnum Dentatum is a Flowering Shrub That Has a Beautiful Foliage
Arrowwood viburnum is a small flowering shrub that is native to the eastern USA. It is part of the honeysuckle family and may grow five to ten feet in height. This plant is round in shape with a glossy-green stem and oval foliage with a toothed edge. During summer, the plant's lustrous dark green leaves changed to yellow, glossy red, and changed again to reddish-purple during fall. The leaves are around four inches long.
The shrub bears small, showy white flowers in flat-topped clusters that stretch up to four inches wide in late spring. It will then produce bluish-black fruits that mature in late summer or early fall and attract birds and other wildlife. Arrowwood viburnum has a slow to moderate growth rate and flourishes in the spring or early fall.
This multi-stemmed, rounded shrub provides:
- Shade or shelter
- Nesting sites for birds
- Larval food for butterflies and moths
Arrowwood viburnum prefers well-drained soils and full sun to partial shade. Give them at least four hours of direct sunlight daily, but too little sun can impede flowering. In hot climates, a shadow of the intense afternoon sun is enough.
Arrowwood Viburnum Live Stake, Viburnum Dentatum Is Great For Landscaping
Arrowwood viburnum is one of the landscaping shrubs suitable for border plantings and used as hedges and screens. It is excellent at supporting wildlife and has a perfect chance to survive when planted as live stakes. A live stake is a dormant stem from a woody plant planted into the ground in layman's terms. As live stakes, they are used in streambank and shoreline restoration and stabilize erosion-prone hills and slopes.
Arrowwood viburnum live stake is easy to install and inexpensive. However, since you are planting only part of a plant with no roots, it will have to regrow roots before growing on the ground. In ideal growing conditions and excellent care, the arrowwood viburnum can reach up to 15 feet tall, although typically, they are a bit tinier than that. They can handle wet soil; therefore, they are a good choice if you plan to plant them in your yard that is too wet for your other plants. Water the plant whenever the soil begins to dry out. Keep young shrubs well watered until they establish themselves. However, if you live in a place wherein the climate has considerable temperature fluctuations, a light layer of mulch around the plant will help keep the roots at the same temperature and retains their soil moisture.