Viburnum Prunifolium Shrub
The shrub is found across most of the eastern half of the U.S. and can be grown in hardiness zones three to nine. Gardeners of any experience can enjoy the Blackhaw Viburnum for its beautiful flowers and plentiful fruit.
The Blackhaw Viburnum is an upright shrub that grows with a rounded dome. This shrub adds height and depth to any yard. The Blackhaw Viburnum grows to an average height of 15 feet, with some growing to 30 feet high. The shrub is easy to care for in most soils and needs moist soil to survive and thrive. Fast shipping allows any yard to gain height and texture in most hardiness zones.
The Blackhaw Viburnum has a flowering season in the spring and early summer
The flowering season lasts from April to June and brings clusters of white flowers to the dome of the shrub that, attracts plenty of wildlife. One of the main attractions for gardeners is the number of insects, birds, and mammals attracted during the spring and summer. The shrub attracts songbirds when its fruit comes into season in the summer months. Songbirds and small mammals are attracted to the fruit that begins the summer yellow and turns blue-black. The fruit should be harvested for preservation as soon as it turns blue.
As the summer turns to Fall, the green foliage takes centerstage in every hardiness zone. The foliage of Viburnum Prunifolium consists of small leaves with a jagged tooth design. The leaves remain a deep green during the spring and summer. As Fall arrives, the changing leaves turn to a reddish-purple for an attractive Fall season.
Low prices are offered on Blackhaw Viburnum, with nationwide shipping available.
The fruit of the Blackhaw Viburnum can be harvested for preserves and other recipes. The uses of the Blackhaw Viburnum include as part of a food garden. The height and width of the shrub make it a perfect option for a privacy hedge around a property. The ornate flowers and attractive fruits are perfect for attracting wildlife gardens across the nation.