BLUE MUFFIN VIBURNUM
Blue Muffin is a dwarf cultivar of the native Arrowwood viburnum. Clusters of creamy-white flowers bloom in late spring. These will develop into bright blue fruits that are attractive to migratory birds. If fruit is desired, another cultivar (such as Chicago Lustre or Autumn Jazz) needs to be planted for cross-pollination. Glossy green leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Blue Muffin is shade tolerant, although it will not be as dense as those in full sun or part shade.