Viburnum dentatum #3 (Arrowwood Viburnum)August 25, 2020
Waldsteinia fragarioides #1 (Appalachian Barren Strawberry)August 25, 2020
Viburnum prunifolium #2 (Blackhaw Viburnum)
White flower clusters in late spring turn into clusters of edible fruit that eventually fade into a deep blue-black color. Dark green, clean foliage turns a purplish red in fall. It is not unusual for this shrub to become taller than 20 feet. Host to 97 species of Lepidoptera. Viburnums produce better with more than one of the same plant. Blackhaws are very adaptable to different moisture levels and sun exposures. This very adaptable plant tolerates Black Walnuts. Medicinal uses.