Blackhaw "Viburnum prunifolium". Fruits are edible, and a great pollintor magnate. Small enough shrub for the back yard.
Fruits can be pickled, used in sauces, wine and picked fresh off the tree for eating without being cooked. A winter food source for birds.
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Can withstand drought and clay soil. Disease resistant and hardy.
10 seeds @ 9.95
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