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CHICAGO LUSTRE® ARROWWOOD VIBURNUM
VIBURNUM DEN CHICAGO LUSTRE

Viburnum dentatum 'Synnestvedt'

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VIBURNUM DEN CHICAGO LUSTRE

Genus: VIBURNUM
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Height: 8-10 Feet Tall
Spread: 8-10 Feet Wide
Color: white flower
Light: Full Sun
Zone: 3
DECIDUOUS SHRUB
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VIBURNUM DEN CHICAGO LUSTRE
Grower Notes:

Viburnum dentatum 'Synnestvedt' is commonly referred to as Chicago Lustre® Arrowwood Viburnum. It is an extremely hardy Viburnum with an upright, rounded habit with gradual arching branches. It features glossy, lustrous green foliage that turns an attractive yellow, tinged with red in fall. Creamy white flowers cover the plant in June followed by bluish-black berries if a compatible pollinator is nearby. (Fruit production is increased by having another cultivar of Arrowwood Viburnum nearby to cross pollinate its flowers) Bees, butterflies and other beneficial pollinators are attracted to this plant as well as nearby songbirds hungry for berries. It is easy to care for and has excellent pest and disease resistance. It adapts well and can take the heat and drought without showing signs of scorch.

Chicago Lustre® Arrowwood Viburnum offers multi-season interest to the landscape and gives back to surrounding wildlife and pollinators. It thrives in full to partial







AVAILABLE SIZE TYPE YARD HEELIN FIELD
VIBURNUM DEN CHICAGO LUSTRE con 5 24-30 in 0 01072

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