Viburnum lentago

Common Name: nannyberry
Plant Type:Shrubs
Light (original): sun to light shade
Light Requirements: Sun, Part Sun
Height:8 to 15 feet
Width:6 to 12 feet
Habitat:Woodland Edge
Soil Type:moist to dry
Soil Moisture:Dry, Mesic
Seed Ripens:late summer
USDA Zones:3 to 7
Flower Colour:creamy white bracts
Bloom Time:late spring
Comments:Birds eat the berries. Early flowering, and late fall colour.
Germination:Seed needs a period of warm, moist stratification followed by cold stratification and will germinate after being shifted back to warm, for example 70°-40°-70°F.
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Picture Copyright: John Oyston