2-3 ft. plants
Bringing another viburnum back into the SLN catalog! Another super-hardy native-shrub with a lot to offer. Tops out at 15-20 feet, showy white-pink flowers in the Spring lead into stunning Fall foliage with bright red berries that ripen to a deep blue/black. Tasty for humans and wildlife alike; netting will be a must if you intend to harvest. Plant 3-4 feet apart for a full hedge, or plant father apart and prune every 2-3 years for a more tree-like plant. More than one is required for pollination.