Dwarf Cranberry Viburnum
Dwarf Cranberry Viburnum is a great shrub for different areas of your landscape. This shrub has an overall rounded, slightly spreading form. It has upright branches, with generally dense foliage growth. The leaves emerge with a maroon tint in the spring, before transitioning to a deep green through the rest of the growing season. In the fall, the leaves take a nice yellow color, with a reddish tint. In the springtime, large flat-topped clusters of white flowers bloom in profusion. Following this, bright red berries form, ripening in late summer to early fall. These berries are popular with wildlife, and can even be made into jams or jellies!
Viburnum trilobum ‘Compactum’ grows to a height of 5 to 6 feet, with a similar spread. It is recommended for USDA climate zones 3 to 7. It can grow in full to partial sunlight. The Dwarf Cranberry Viburnum tends to grow best in well drained soils with at least average amounts of moisture.
Care & Shipping Notes
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