The Nannyberry is a shrub native to the eastern 1/2 of the U.S. It has been shown to be hardy in zones 3-7. It should be considered a large shrub or small tree as it will can grow to 15ft tall. Has a nice white flower in the late spring with fleshy black fruit in the fall, they are quickly consumed by the birds. Usually flower about May 15th here in Iowa.
It does well in most soils, and does sucker up from the roots so spacing from larger windbreak or shelterbelt tress need to be considered, and recommend 20 ft. Plant 8-010 ft apart in the row. Fall color can be a nice red, or in some years there is no fall color at all. Grows well with the other viburnam species.
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