WELCOME TO MY STORE. MY ITEM ALL GUARANTEE EASY GROWING. American Highbush Cranberry Other Common Names: Cranberrybush Viburnum / American Cranberrybush / High Bush Cranberry Scientific Viburnum Trilobum / Viburnum Opulus Var. Americanum Color: White Flowers / Red Fruit Plant Seeds: Summer / Fall Sow / Cold Stratify Bloom Time: Spring Harvest: Fall Hardiness Zone: 2 - 8 Plant Height: 10 - 15' Plant Spacing: 10 - 15' Light Requirements: Sun - Part Shade Soil & Water Preferences: Average - Moist Quantity: 20 Seeds Other: The American Highbush Cranberry Is A Shrub Native To The Northern Us & Parts Of Canada. It Has Beautiful Flowers, Delicious Fruit, & Wonderful Foliage. The White 3 â 5â Clusters Of Flowers Will Bloom In The Spring For Nearly A Month Putting On A Lovely Show. It Is A Larval Host Plant For The Spring Azure Butterfly, Whose Photo I Have Included Above Because They Too Are Beautiful. By August, The Flowers Will Have Become Showy Red Berries That Are Very Ornamental, & They Will Often Stay On Into The Winter, Adding Some Color To The Landscape. Birds & Other Woodland Creatures Love To Eat The Berries, Making This A Wonderful Choice For Wildlife Gardens. The Berried Branches Are Also Used In Holiday DÃ©cor Like Wreaths & Garlands. Although They Are Called A âCranberryâ, The Fruit Is Not Actually A Cranberry. At Least Not âThat Cranberryâ. They Are Called So Because Their Red Berries Have The Same Appearance, Similar Taste, & Mature At The Same Time Of Year. The Fruit Of Viburnum Trilobum Grows In Clusters, & Each Berry Measures About 1/3â Wide. They Can Be Enjoyed Fresh (Raw), Made Into Jellies, Sauces, Or In Any Way You Would Use A Cranberry. They Are Tart Without Being Bitter, & Are High In Vitamin C. The Highbush Cranberry Has Interesting Patterned Scaly Bark With Arching Branches That Are A Reddish Brown Tone. Its Leaves Are Similar To Those Of A Maple, & They Turn Out In Great Fall Colors Ranging From Yellows & Peaches To Reds & Purples. This Shrub Is Very Cold Hardy, & Is Perennial All The Way Down To Zone 2. They Prefer Moist Soil, But Can Tolerate Soil That Is Sandy Or Heavy Clay. These Shrubs Grow About 3â A Year. They Make A Wonderful Specimen Plant, Look Wonderful In Groups, & Can Make An Effective Border Or Screen.
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