$22.99 – $64.99
Edible Native Plants, Pollinator Plants, Rain Gardens
8 to 12'
1 Gallon, 2 Gallon, 3 Gallon
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Part shade, Part Sun, Full sun
Cranberry Viburnum (Viburnum trilobum) is often found in swampy woods, bogs, and moist low places. It has a dense, rounded and spreading form. The lace-like white flowers have both fertile and sterile florets that that produce cranberry-like berries. The foliage resembles a maple with its three-lobes. The cranberry-like berries are sour but edible, and they can be used to make jams and jellies before the frost causes them to wither. The fruit is also a winter food source for birds and other small mammals. Cranberry viburnum can be used as a shrub border, hedge, or a screen in the landscape. This plant is a favored larval host for the Rose Hooktip Moth (pictured above).
We ship from two locations:
Maryland – Our nursery in Maryland is perfectly located to serve the Eastern United States within a 2-3 day shipping window. You will receive the most reasonable shipping rates from our Maryland location if you live east of Ohio.
Illinois – Our nursery in Illinois is perfectly located to serve the Midwestern United states within a 2-3 day shipping window. You will receive the most reasonable shipping rates from our Illinois location if you live west of West Virginia.
We are now accepting preorders for Spring 2024!