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Arrowwood Viburnum Shrubs

Sale price$89.99

Size 1-2'
Quantity 25 Shrubs

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Barron Tyler
Arrowood Viburnum

White cottony like flowers that accents with ferns in your lawn. Really pretty in a distance.

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Nannie Jones
Arrowood Viburnum

I am hopeful for a very fine springtime since I shall be seeing another beautiful sight in my yard. These are lined up in my lawn for over a year already.

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Susan Harris-Shoe
Young trees

We are completely satisfied with the product provided. It is noteworthy that the packaging was particularly superior to what one might expect.

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Sean Partin
Arrowwood Viburnum

This is a wonderful addition to my flower garden. Looks great where I planted it.

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Kevin Baker
Healthy

I love how healthy my plants turned out. It is hard to think they came from a different state and look this healthy.

Arrowwood Viburnum shrub has green leaves and white flowers that grow during the spring months. The bush also grows blue blackberries during the fall, which provides an excellent food source for some animals and a fantastic food and nesting area for birds. This bush can live for over 50 years and usually reaches its full development within five years. Its size is moderate, growing anywhere between 6 and 15 feet tall. Due to its size and natural beauty, this tree is excellent for landscaping.

One of the best things about this tree is that it can be grown in different environments. Due to the many climate zones and soils it can become in, it is among the most native bushes to grow. Regarding sunlight, it can be developed in full sunlight with partial shade. When looking to plant this particular bush, it will be best to plant it in large yards and gardens.

Arrowwood Viburnum Reaches 6-10 Feet Tall

It is a deciduous bush native to Eastern North America in the cold, hardy Zone 2 planting zone. At mature height, this bush is six to ten feet high. In perfect growing conditions, it can reach up to fifteen feet. The bush's soil requirements are vast. It will grow in clay, loamy, and sandy soil. The pH of suitable land is acidic, neutral, and essential.

The bush prefers moist soil and can grow in no shade to semi-shade. Its growing speed is relatively fast. In late spring, it produces beautiful, non-fragrant white flowers grouped in flat three-inch clusters.

This bush makes a Very Natural Excellent Screen or High Hedge Separation. Following the flowers in the Summertime are beautiful blue-black berries. This flowering bush has gorgeous dark green leaves that are two to four and a half inches long in the summer. The leaves are from one inch to four inches wide. The bases of the leaves are heart-shaped. In the fall, the berries will be ripe. The color of the bush will vary in late Autumn when the leaves turn. The leaves turn dark yellow, deep red, or dark purple. The Arrowwood Viburnum has many landscaping options.

Arrowwood Viburnum Is A Great Border Plant 

It is very durable and would make a beautiful border to separate properties. It looks lovely in a parking lot, making the area look natural. This bush produces an excellent screen or high hedge separation. It would look great and grow well in the seashore or in large groups and masses. The fruit that it produces attracts many birds. It is a beautiful bush that is very easy to grow.

This shrub has clusters of white flowers in the spring. The flowers give way to a blue fruit in the fall, making it a beautiful ornamental plant. You will attract birds to the grain on this bush, and all of them will be gone during Autumn. This branched bush will give many birds the right nesting spots and coverage.Arrowwood Viburnum For Sale at Tennessee Wholesale Nursery with Quick S.0 shippingg and Low Prices

U.S.D.A. Climate Zone: Three to eight

Tree Height: Six to fifteen feet

Soil Type: Adaptable to most soil conditions

Sun: Full sunlight

Zones: 3 - 8

Mature Height: From 6 to 15 feet at full maturity.

Mature Width: From 6 to 15 feet wide at full maturity.

Sunlight: Full Sun.

Growth Rate: a Medium rate of growth.

Soil conditions: Adapts to various soil conditions.

Botanical family name: Viburnum dentatum.

Arrowwood Viburnum is a Densely Growing Shrub

Arrowwood Viburnum shrub is best suited for windbreaks or privacy hedges. The growth of this bush's thick green, semi-glossy leaves will yield a brilliant red color in the fall. The deep purple fruit produced will add color to the glossy green leaves. It is an attractant for butterflies and birds and an addition to any garden or lawn.

Arrowwood Viburnum Can Adapt To Many Soil Types

This sturdy plant's ability to adapt to different soil conditions makes it perfect for all gardens. The somewhat shallow nature of the root system can make this plant susceptible to drought, while most soil conditions are tolerated. For best results, plant this variety in a well-drained, sunny location to achieve maximum potential.