American Cranberry - Viburnum trilobum from Ancient Roots Native Nursery

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Viburnum trilobum

American Cranberry
3 Gallon Pot - $35.00
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Blooms April - May

  • »  Flat-topped clusters of white flowers
  • »  Flowers followed by clusters of brilliant red fruit
  • »  Great foliage

American Cranberry is a dense rounded upright shrub with arching branches that is not a true cranberry. This viburnum has clusters of showy white flowers appear in the spring attracting many pollinators. The flowers mature into droops of bright red fruits that are enjoyed by many songbirds, gamebirds and small mammals. The maple like foliage turns a brilliant red while the fruits persist often through winter. According to NWF native viburnums host 90 species of moths and butterflies. This low maintenance shrub can be grown as a specimen plant, in shrub borders or screens.

8 - 12 Ft
8 - 12 Ft
2 - 8
Trees and Shrubs
Attracts ButterfliesAttracts PollinatorsAttracts SongbirdsBorder or BedGreat FoliageLow Maintenance