arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum - Caprifoliaceae Viburnum dentatum

Foliage

arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum Foliage

Bark

arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum Bark

Bud

arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum Bud

Twig

arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum Twig

Fruit

arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum Fruit

Form

arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum Form
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Taxonomy

FamilyCaprifoliaceae
GenusViburnum
Speciesdentatum
Common Namearrowwood, arrowwood viburnum
iTree CodeVIDE

Plant Form

FormShrub/Small tree
Height9 feet
Spread8 feet
DeciduousYes

Identification Description

FoliageShiny dark green leaves are oval - oblong shaped with regularly coarse toothed margins. They are 1.5-4" long.Leaf Type Information IconSimple
Needles0
BarkGray- Gray/Brown at maturity
BudGlabrous-glossy, lower scale forms a V-shape. Small is size and green-brownBud Arrangement Information IconOpposite
TwigSlender and angled
FlowerFlowers are white with yellow stamens giving the appearance of creamy white flowers.
FruitBlue-black drupes, .25" in size.
Fall ColorDark green or maroon purple

Site Characteristics

USDA Zones   info for zonespH LevelsSalt Tolerance
Min3aMin5.0SoilModerate
Max8aMax7.5SprayModerate

Shade ToleranceDrought ToleranceAllelopathy
IntolerantModerateUnknown

Species Status

Nebraska Native
U.S. NativeYes Check
Region of OriginUnited States
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