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Viburnum, Blackhaw

Viburnum prunifolium
One of our most resilient native small trees, thriving as an understory or at the edges of woodlands, successfully competing with some of the most notorious invasive plants such as Bush Honeysuckle. Tolerant of high Ph and clay soils. And can be quite ornamental with its snow-white panicles of flowers and glossy, disease resistant foliage that can become a beautiful wine-red in the fall. The bark reminds one of alligator hide. If used as a specimen, it may require considerable training as some trees develop renegade growth habits. A wonderful plant for naturalizing at the edge of a woodland.
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