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Viburnum grows as a tall, narrow shrub or small tree. In late spring it produces small, white flowers in flat-topped clusters. The edible fruits are bluish-black in drooping clusters that stay on the plant all winter if they aren't eaten by birds. It grows best in rich, moist soil, and is often found in upland woods in the wild. It tolerates both acid and alkaline soils. Nannyberry makes a great hedge or screen for your garden, or can be planted in naturalized areas. The birds relish the fruit and use the plant for cover and raising their young.

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Latin NameViburnum lentago
Common NameNannyberry
Max Height15-18ft
Max Width10ft

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