Name

American Cranberry

Family Species

Viburnum Trilobum

Wildlife Value

Good

Average height

10'

Origin

Native

Shade Tolerance

Tolerant

Drought Tolerance

Fair

Growth Rate

Moderate

Fruit

Berry-like drupes

Special Characteristics

White Flowers

Seedling Size

12" to 18"

 

General Description

A large, leggy, poorly branched native shrub found in wooded, usually moist areas, competing with the rest of the underbrush. In cultivation it may assume a fully branched, reasonably dense form. Excellent orange-red fall color and red fruits.

 

Pests

No Major pest problems. Occasional injury by dogwood borers.

 

Uses

Conservation/Windbreaks - Medium to large shrub for farmstead windbreaks and riparian plantings.

Cranberrybush (bundle of 25)

$40.00Price

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