The small, cream-colored flowers of this ornamental native mature in flat-topped clusters up to 4" wide. The blue-black fruit mature in late summer, and the leaves turn wine-red in the fall, making Arrowwood Viburnum a very versatile landscape addition. It is host to the caterpillar of the Saddleback Caterpillar Moth
Viburnum dentatum, Arrowwood Viburnum
Height: 6-10'. Spread: 6-10'. Cream flowers in spring, followed by blue-black fruit. Prefers sun. Host plant. Native plant. Attracts pollinators.