Common Name: Nannyberry

Latin Name: Viburnum lentago

Type: Large Shrub

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Soil: Sand-Loam-Clay

Moisture: Moist-Wet

Tolerances: Drought, Juglones

Description: A tall, multi-stemmed shrub with flat-topped flower clusters that develop into purple berries. An important food source for fall migrating birds like Northern Flickers, Hermit Thrush and Gray Catbirds.

Planting Notes: Prefers moist soils. Sends out suckers; clip back or allow to spread to create a hedge.