Highbush Cranberry (Gallon)
Highbush Cranberry (Gallon)
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Highbush Cranberry (Gallon)

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Deciduous Native Shrub

Native Shrub

Bloom Color: White
Bloom time: May - July
Fruit: Red, orange
Height: up to 16'
Sun: Partial Shade
Moisture: Moist, Wet
Soil: Wet to average, well-drained loams.
Deer: Resistant
Drought:
Low tolerance
Attracts: Songbirds, Gamebirds, Small Mammals, Butterflies, and Native bees
Pollinator Benefit: Larval Host for Spring Azure butterfly; good nectar and pollen source

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Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum) Highbush-cranberry is a 6-12 ft. shrub which can reach 16 ft. Dense upright or arching branches create a round outline. Maple-like, deciduous foliage is colorful in fall. White, flat-topped clusters of flowers are followed by persistent red berries that are edible. The berries make an excellent winter-survival food because they remain above the snow and are sweeter after freezing.

Source: www.wildflower.org