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European Highbush Cranberry

Viburnum opulus
SOIL/SITE: Grows in wet to well-drained soils
USES: Spacing for hedges and borders 4' apart, singular spacing 10' apart
WILDLIFE VALUE: Red berries eaten by grouse, turkey, deer and numerous songbirds, plant browsed by deer, rabbits and mice
FLOWERS/FRUIT: Abundant, red berries retained through winter
SEED SOURCE: New Hampshire

Age Comment per 10 per 25 per 100 per 500 per 1000

1-2 yr 6-12" $15 $25 $80 N/A N/A

Description

Other: berries tart, but edible, extract of bark used medicinally. Mature height: 12 to 15'. Non-native plant species are offered as alternative choices because of their benefit to wildlife and for their utility uses such as erosion control and site reclamation. Disclaimer: these plants are intended primarily for wildlife and songbird use. Some species may contain toxins harmful to humans if consumed.
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SEEDLING CATALOG


Seedling Catalog

Click here for a pdf of the Spring 2018 catalog. Please download a copy of the catalog as there are a limited number of hard copy catalogs available due to high demand for them.

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NOTICE: 

All species available as of 12/12/17.

Check here for low inventory and sold out species.