Viburnum dentatum

A viburnum shrub with white creamy flowers and blue berries

Viburnum dentatum southern arrowwood

Plant grows in the wild/spontaneouslyPlant is native to PA

V. recognitum which has distribution all over the state is a former variety of V. dentatum (V. dentatum var. lucidum), and has been elevated to its own species.

Occasional in swamps and wet woods.

Present in the south-east of the state.

Wetland codes

Flowers late May to early June.

Fruits  September through October.

Height  5m tall

Bark  gray-brow to reddish

Leaves  lance-ovate to rotund, sharply toothed

Petioles  stellate pubescent

Fruit  blue-black

S-rank:  No Rank
G-rank:  G5 (Secure)