Arrowwood is a natural deciduous shrub that can reach a height of 5 to 10 feet. It is endemic to much of the eastern United States, and it may be found in the Piedmont and mountain areas of North Carolina. Small white blooms develop in flat-topped clusters up to 4 inches wide in the spring. In late summer and early fall, the shrub produces a bluish-black drupe. Fruit set necessitates the use of many genetic strains.
Arrowwood should be planted in full sun to moderate shade in wet, well-drained soil. It can grow in a variety of soils and pH levels.
Botanical Name : Viburnum dentatum
Common Name : Arrow-wood viburnum, Southern Arrow-wood
Height : 5-10 ft
Spread : 7 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 6-9 Months warm stratification followed by 60-90 days cold
Hardiness zone : 3-8
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1438