Mohican Viburnum

Hardiness: Zone 3.

Size: Shrub up to 6 ft.

Planting: Extremely tolerant, Full sun to full shade, can tolerate wet conditions. 

Fruit: Orange red to black fruit approx 0.75cm.

Pollination: Self pollinating.

Use: Edible, but generally undesirable.  

Ripening: August to September and will persist on tree for winter. 

Pot: 1 gal. 

An ornamental shrub with white spring flowers, with orange/red fruit that slowly turns black into the fall. 

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