Genus Viburnum, L. (Haw and Viburnum)

| View Cart ⇗ | Info

Leaves - simple, opposite; finely and sharply toothed. Outline - broadly oval, or broadly reverse egg-shape. Apex - rounded, sometimes pointed. Base - rounded, sometimes slightly pointed. Quite variable. Leaf/Stem - short and smooth, the edges slightly winged, the wings straight. Leaf - about one and a half to two inches long; smooth; shining above. Flowers - white, in rather large and flat, stemless bunches, at the ends of branches. May. Berries - oval, blackish, sweet and edible. Found - in Connecticut and Southern New York to Michigan and southward. General Information - A small tree fifteen to twenty feet high, or oftenest at the North a low, much-branching shrub. Usually with some of its branches stunted and bare. The tonic bark is sometimes used medicinally.


Trees: B


Newhall, Charles S. The Trees of North-Eastern America (New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1900) 145


TIFF (full resolution)

2400×2372, 352.7 KiB

Large GIF

1024×1012, 61.6 KiB

Medium GIF

640×632, 34.2 KiB

Small GIF

320×316, 14.2 KiB