The glossy leaves of this Bracted Arrowwood Viburnum are eye-catching and shimmery all summer with white flower clusters nested in amongst the leaves in the spring. Fall brings loads of vivid blue fruit/berry clusters on both shrubs if planted near Viburnum All That Glows or another member of V. bracteatum. Native and deer resistant; the birds welcome the fall berries.
Heaviest berrying will occur on both plants if they are planted in the vicinity of each other. Either variety is good, but together they are great as they will help each other flower and berry.
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