Wild Rasin

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Also known as withe rod, this common woodland shrub grows to 12 feet (3.7 m) tall and has umbrella-shaped clusters of white flowers. In early September, each cluster will have green, white, pink and dark purple fruit present, as ripening is independent. If not eaten by birds, fruits turn dark and shrivel like raisins. Leaves are opposite, thick and leathery, and vary even on the same shrub. Some are heavily toothed while others have almost smooth edges.

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Latin NameViburnum cassinoides
Common NameWild Rasin
Max Height6-12ft
Max Width6-12ft

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