Table of Contents > Shrubs

Viburnum acerifolium

Viburnum acerifolium

Viburnum acerifolium

maple-leaved arrowwood

Photograph(s) by*: RHW, RHW

Characteristics

Height: 3-6'
Spread: 3-6'
Flowers: Jun.-Jun.; creamy-white, pink
Fruit: Aug.-Dec.; blue to black; berry
Fall color: orange, red, purple

Conditions *

Light: Full sun Partial shade Shade
Moisture: Dry Moist
Soil pH: 5.1-6
Soil type: Clay Loamy

Habitat

floodplain forests, dry wooded slopes, mixed deciduous forests, talus slopes, rock outcrops, wooded ravines

Native to

Region: Coastal Piedmont Mountain *
States: MD DE PA NY WV VA

Wildlife

Songbird Small mammal *
high wildlife value

Notes

dry, edible berries



 Publication by USFWS BayScapes Conservation Landscaping Program
http://www.nps.gov/plants/pubs/chesapeake/plant/1284.htm
Last updated: 1 October 2004