Arrowwood Viburnum (Viburnum dentatum)


This plant produces sweet edible berries loved by birds (they can be eaten by people too!). The flowers are loved by bees and other pollinators.

Plants are currently being sold in gallon-sized recycled plastic pots that were donated to our nursery by community members.

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Why are We Planting This?

Ecological Gifts
Birds love the fruit and pollinators love the flowers.

Edible Gifts
The berries are reportedly edible, though have only a little meat on them. We’re excited to give them a try.

Read more about the ethnobotany of Arrowwood Viburnum and its history of uses at the fully-referenced Plants for a Future and the Native American Ethnobotany Database.

Additional information

Bloom Color


Bloom Time

June, May


Average, Wet


Full, Partial



Native Plant Category

Trees, Shrubs, and Vines

Type of Plant

Native to Michigan