Downy Arrowwood was chosen for spring interest because of the gorgeous flowers that are in bloom
Downy Arrowwood (Viburnum rafinesquianum)
What do you call a group of shrubs that attack?
- An am-bush!
Did you know?
- The twigs were boiled down and taken by women to prevent pregnancy
- Parts of the plant were also used to help with swelling
- Downy Arrowwood
- Berries are eaten by a variety of birds and mammals
- It is a potential host plant for the Spring Azure Butterfly
- Deer feed on the twigs and leaves
- 3-10' tall, with a crown width of 10'
- Full sun to partial shade
- Moist, well-drained soil
Select Identification Characteristics:
- Leaf Type: Simple
- Leaf Arrangement: Opposite
- Bud Arrangement: Opposite
- Terminal Bud: Single