Nanny Berry Fascines

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We dig plants when your order is received, and ship immediately via US Priority Mail. You will receive a tracking number via email when plants are shipped. All plants are packed to be safe in their packages for up to 3 days after receipt.

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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This provides superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Nanny Berry Fascines, Viburnum Lentago is a Flowering Shrub 

The Nanny Berry Fascines are botanically known as Viburnum lentago and is a member of the Adoxaceae family. This shrub may be called Nanny Berry Fascines viburnum, Sheep berry, and Sweet viburnum. Nannyberry is a flowering shrub that can grow to a small tree of 10 to 15 feet or a large shrub of over 8 feet. The width of the bush can be 10 to 20 feet wide and is delicious. Nannyberry is a shrub native to certain parts of the United States and seasonally loses its leaves. The Nannyberry shrub grows well in zones 3 through 8. It has a dark brownish-black bark and leaves that are long oval shapes growing on opposite sides of the stem. The leaves are slightly toothed with wavy edges and glossy green with a lighter underside. The leaves change to a reddish-purple in the fall. The shrub gets flowers that are small, about 4 1/4 inch in size, with flat-topped domed clusters of creamy white. The shrub reaches a berry-type fruit that begins yellow, turning to red, and when mature, will be a blue or black color. Nanny berry is an excellent plant for adding color to your lawn. This shrub will also add value to your home. The Nanny Berry is also helpful as a background plant. You will love the color it will add to your yard.

Nanny Berry Fascines, Viburnum Lentago is Self-Pollinating with Edible Fruit and can be used as a Border for Landscaping


The Nanny Berry Fascines are smaller, and their flowers are more modest than the snowball. The bush is self-pollinating, and the fruit is edible raw or processed into a jelly or jam and said to have some health benefits. The Nanny Berry Fascines like the sun to shade areas, but the shrub will grow larger in openly sunny regions. The bush likes sand, loam, or clay soil with a pH level of 6-7:5 and loves well-drained soil that is moist to dry. They are shrubs that can be used as a border or for a landscaping centerpiece through the size should be considered before planting.


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