Viburnum lentago--Nannyberry, Sheepberry

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Viburnum lentago--Nannyberry, Sheepberry

Nannyberry tolerates pruning, various light exposures and a range of soil types. It transplants easily and attains a height and spread of 6 to 10 feet. The small, white flowers are produced in flat-topped clusters in late spring. The edible fruits are bluish black in drooping clusters. The plant is red in the fall. The lower branches root where they touch the ground.

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