Cranberry-bush-viburnum, viburnum trilobum 'compactum' sku #7612 quick-covering low hedge valued for brilliant display of edible, bright red fall berries.. This american species (viburnum opulus var. americanum; syn. viburnum trilobum) is a better choice than the similar european cranberry-bush which has become an invasive plant in some areas. this species is native to the chicago region according to swink and wilhelm's plants of the chicago region, with updates made according to current research., viburnum trilobum (cranberrybush viburnum, american cranberrybush, high bush cranberry, or highbush cranberry) is a species of viburnum native to northern north america, from newfoundland west to british columbia, south to washington state and east to northern virginia..
Vy-burn-um try-low-bum audio this deciduous, rounded shrub grows to 15 feet tall with maple-like, lobed, dark green leaves that turn shades of red, yellow, and purple in autumn. white flowers resembling lace-cap hydrangeas bloom in spring and are followed by abundant red fruit loved by birds., dwarf cranberry bush viburnum opulus 'nanum' sku #7465. a dwarf deciduous shrub grown for its dense mounding habit and small size. the many branches are covered with small glossy tri-lobed leaves that have a red-tinge when they emerge. a handsome hedge or filler plant with outstanding red fall foliage. produces occasional showy white flower ....
The american cranberry viburnum is a broad, upright shrub growing over 8 feet tall, and sometimes as much as 12 feet tall. it is a little wider than its height, so it fills spaces in the garden very effectively. it is deciduous, with leaves that are 3 to 5 inches long, and 2 to 4 inches wide., american cranberry bush viburnum trilobum honeysuckle family (caprifoliaceae) description: this is a shrub with multiple narrow trunks and ascending to slightly spreading branches. the bark of trunks and branches is gray, while twigs are brown and glabrous with white lenticels. young non-woody shoots are green to reddish green and glabrous..
American cranberrybush is a deciduous shrub that (although not related to the true cranberry commercially grown for food), provides both ornamental interest and an edible harvest., the american cranberry (viburnum opulus var. americanum) has tart, acid fruit that is best served in jellies, jams, sauces and relishes. the fruit ripens in fall—just in time for the fall and winter holidays. highbush cranberry plants are showy in spring when the flowers bloom against a backdrop of lush, dark green foliage.. Both are native to north america, but the highbush cranberry is a viburnum, a member of the caprifoliaceae, or honeysuckle family, in contrast to the ‘true,’ or lowbush cranberry, which is a vaccinium, a member of the ericaceae—heather or heath—family.