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Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum

Viburnum rufidulum

Black Haw, Blue Haw, Rusty Nannyberry

About This Plant

Sun or partial shade. Deciduous, with nice bronzy-red fall leaf color. Creamy-white flower clusters appear in spring. Rusty blackhaw is a highly esteemed, slow-growing and difficult-to-propagate species often used in deciduous understory and in wildscapes. The fruit attracts birds.

Origins: Southeastern U.S. to Central Texas.

Maintenance

None required. Prune only to remove dead, diseased, or crossing branches.

A highly prized native tree with shows of white flowers in springtime.

Min. Height: 10'

Max Height: 16 feet'

Min. Width: 8'

Max Width: 14 feet'

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