WILSON BLACKHAW VIBURNUM
Wilson viburnum has all of the great attributes of the species in a more dense, compact form. A shade-tolerant viburnum which can withstand many soil conditions, including wet soils. Clusters of white flowers bloom in late spring. Blue-black fruits develop in the fall, and are attractive to birds. Deep green leaves turn scarlet-red in the fall. Excellent as a single specimen or in groups for screening. It has dense branches to provide good privacy.