Ornamental deciduous shrub with clusters of creamy white flowers in spring and drupes of edible 1/2 inch sized blue/black fruit in fall that attract wildlife. The glossy green leaves turn a rich burgundy in fall. Tolerant of a variety of growing conditions, Rusty Blackhaw develops the most attractive form when planted in full sun with a well drained soil. Mature sizes range from 12-20' tall and 8-10' spread depending on site conditions. It grows natively from Virginia to Florida and west to Texas.
|Common Name||Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum|
|Scientific Name||Viburnum rufidulum|
|Wildlife Value||Cover, Browse, Fruit|
|Size||5 Gallon Rooted Container|
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