Found along streams, and in other damp locations, including hillsides, American Viburnum is an erect spreading and arching shrub. In spring, clusters of white flowers are followed by red drupes, a bit like cranberries. Fruit ripens in late summer or early fall.
Edible fruit suitable for human consumption
Prefers moist well-drained soils, full sun to part shade
Tolerant of various soils
Easy to grow and maintain, low maintenance plant
Can be planted along ponds or streams
Ornamental, perfect for a fruiting hedge, specimen planting or foundation plantings
Generally pest-free, and disease resistant