Southern Arrowwood

Viburnum dentatum
Tree/shrub, Perennial
Native: L48
Blooming: April, May,  June, white
Provides nesting and food for birds, nectar for butterflies
Location: N30 00.161′ W084 33.583′ (1.3RR), N30 00.367′ W084.33.527′ (1.8RL), N30 00.385′ W084 33.683′ (2RL), N30 00.447′ W084 33.876′ (2.5RR)

The Ojibwa used it as an ingredient for kinnikinnick, smokes.

In 2013 blooming began in mid-May, extending through June.



Photographed November 10, 2016.