If you guessed that the common name for "arrowwood" viburnum shrubs has something to do with their use, traditionally, in the making of real arrows, you're correct. While you probably won't be using it for arrows any time soon, arrowwood viburnum can, nevertheless, help you hit the bull's-eye when it comes to achieving a top-flight display of fall color in your yard.
Arrowwood viburnums are flowering shrubs, bearing a white flower in spring. But these North American natives shine most brightly in autumn. Arrowwood viburnum not only bears an attractive fall foliage, but it also displays clusters of dark blue berries this time of year. The feature that recommends arrowwood viburnum most of all, however, may be its versatility, as I explain in this article.
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