Viburnum cassinoides--Witherod, Appalachian Tea

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Viburnum cassinoides--Witherod, Appalachian Tea

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Witherod is not as common as other viburnums. It grows best in sun or partial shade and tolerates any garden soil. The plant has a moderate growth rate and transplants well. Mature plants have a height and spread of 5 to 6 feet. The small, white flowers are produced in late spring or early summer. The fruits are produced in late summer or fall. They are at first green, then pink, then blue and finally black. The fall foliage color is red. The plant is valued more for its fruits and fall color than for its flowers.

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