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Jesse Saylor

(European Cranberrybush)

European cranberrybush is a wonderful deciduous shrub that develops a pleasing round, mounded habit when mature. Its attractive, medium green leaves are maple-like in appearance and turn brilliant hues of yellow, red and dark purple in fall. Many flat clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that turn bright red in fall.

The best fruiting occurs in full sun, but European viburnum can also take part shade, and likes moist soil with average...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(European Cranberrybush, Snowball Bush)

Snowball bush produces large white pompoms of flowers in spring that slowly fade to gentle shades of pink with age. These flowers are sterile and do not form the bright red fruits typical of the species. In autumn its soft green maple-leaf like leaves flush red orange and also purple. This fall coloring is generally more robust than the species. This heirloom cultivar was being grown in its native Europe early in the 16th century.

Snowball bush must be planted in a humus rich, moist and well-drained...

Image of Viburnum opulus

Jesse Saylor

(European Cranberrybush)

European cranberrybush is a wonderful deciduous shrub that develops a pleasing round, mounded habit when mature. Its attractive, medium green leaves are maple-like in appearance and turn brilliant hues of yellow, red and dark purple in fall. Many flat clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that turn bright red in fall.

The best fruiting occurs in full sun, but European viburnum can also take part shade, and likes moist soil with average...

Image of Viburnum opulus var. americanum photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(American Cranberrybush)

American cranberrybush (syn. V. trilobum) is a wonderful large deciduous shrub that develops a pleasing round, mounded habit when mature. A close cousin of the European cranberrybush, it occurs naturally in southern Canada and the northern United States. Its attractive medium green maple-like leaves turn brilliant hues of yellow, red and dark purple in fall. Many flat clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that turn bright...

(Alfredo American Cranberrybush, American Cranberrybush)

Alfredo American cranberrybush (syn. V. trilobum 'Alfredo)is a wonderful deciduous shrub that develops a pleasing round, mounded habit when mature. A close cousin of the European cranberrybush, it occurs naturally in central North America. Alfredo cranberrybush is a dense, rouded shrub with attractive, medium green, maple-like leaves which turn brilliant red in fall. Many flat clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that turn bright...

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James H. Schutte

(American Cranberrybush, Bailey's Compact American Cranberrybush, Highbush Cranberry)

Bailey's compact American cranberrybush (syn. V. trilobum 'Bailey's Compact') is a wonderful deciduous shrub that develops a pleasing round, mounded habit when mature. A close cousin of the European cranberrybush, it occurs naturally in northern North America. Its attractive, medium green leaves are maple-like in appearance and turn brilliant hues of red and scarlet in fall. Many flat clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer, followed by berry-like fruits that turn...

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James H. Schutte

(American Cranberrybush, J.N. Select American Cranberrybush)

A close cousin of the European cranberrybush but native to southern Canada and the northern United States, American cranberrybush (syn. V. trilobum) is a wonderful large deciduous shrub with lush green maple-like leaves and a pleasing round mounded habit. Its cultivar 'J.N. Select' has maroon-tinged new growth, rich burgundy fall color, and a dense relatively compact habit. Many flat clusters of white flowers appear in late spring to early summer, followed by berry-like fruits...

(American Cranberrybush, Highbush Cranberry, Wentworth American Cranberrybush)

Wentworth American cranberrybush (syn. V. trilobum 'Wentworth')is a wonderful deciduous shrub that develops a pleasing round, mounded habit when mature. A close cousin of the European cranberrybush, it occurs naturally in northern North America. Its attractive, medium green leaves are maple-like in appearance. This cultivar was selected for its abundance of showy fruits and flowers. In late spring to early summer, many flat clusters of white flowers appear, followed by berry-like fruits...

Image of Viburnum prunifolium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blackhaw)

Grown for its attractive flowers, handsome trouble-free foliage and showy fall color, this deciduous multi-stemmed shrub or small tree is native to the central and eastern United States. Some landscape selections have been made, but blackhaw tends to be more highly favored for planting in natural areas or more naturalistic wildlife gardens. Wild specimens inhabit drier, upland sites that are moderately open.

Dark green, oval, toothed leaves that resemble cherry foliage are borne on stubby, somewhat...

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Gary Ladman, Classic Viburnums

Grown for its attractive flowers, handsome trouble-free foliage and showy fall color, this deciduous multi-stemmed shrub or small tree is native to the central and eastern United States. Some landscape selections have been made, but blackhaw tends to be more highly favored for planting in natural areas or more naturalistic wildlife gardens. Wild specimens inhabit drier, upland sites that are moderately open.

Dark green, oval, toothed leaves that resemble cherry foliage are borne on stubby, somewhat...