A shrub with multiple, erect-arching downy stems in a loose, round habit. White, flat- topped flower clusters are followed by dark blue berries. Dark-green foliage turns yellow to wine-red in fall. Arrow Wood will form a dense thicket from parent plants via suckering if allowed to spread. If planting arrow wood with a ground cover, be sure to remove the ground cover after 2 growing seasons to allow suckering (if desired).
Common Name: Arrow Wood
Scientific Name: Viburnum dentatum
USDA Hardiness Zone: 2 - 9
Height: Up to 15 feet
Width: 1/2 height
Size: 12" cutting
Anaerobic Tolerance: None
Recommended mulch material: Woven fabric
Also known as: American elder, sweet elder.
Rooting hormone: Hormodin 1
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