Plant Details: Southern Arrow-wood
6 - 10
This Viburnum has bright blue fruit instead of the normal purple fruit of the species. A more compact upright form of Southern Arrow-wood, it is a low maintenance drought tolerate shrub that reaches at maturity approximately 8'High x 5'Wide. In early summer this plant is covered with creamy white flowers presented on cymes (flat head clusters) and in late summer the bright blue berries develop and are a favorite of birds. This easy to grow shrub is tolerant of a wide variety of soils, moist or dry.
Limited quantities this season.
Plant Growing Conditions
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