Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum

Viburnum rufidulum

Size

Height - 8 to 10 feet

Width - 12 to 18 feet

Plant Type

Native ornamental tree,

deciduous

Close up view

Full plant view

Sun

Full sun to part shade

Other common names

Rusty Blackhaw,

Blackhaw,

Nannyberry

BLOOMING
MONTHS
Save Water   Low water required
 
More Color   White flowers in spring and red leaves in fall
 
 
Attract Wildlife   Flowers attract bees and butterflies; great habitat
 
Reduce Maintenance   Low maintenance ornamental choice
 
Texas Tough    Drought-tolerant and well-adapted

Interesting Facts

White flowers in the spring lead to showy dark blue berries later in the year.  Gets its common name "Rusty" from the bright orange, red and purple fall foliage.  Great habitat for wildlife.  Is generally slow growing, but worth the wait.

Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum in Frisco