American Cranberry Bush - Northern Ridge Nursery

American Cranberry Bush

$ 16.95

Description:

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🧬Scientific Name: Viburnum Trilobum

🗺️USDA Hardiness Zones: 2-7

Viburnum trilobum (American cranberrybush) is a deciduous shrub that can grow to be 6-12 feet tall and 6-12 feet wide.
The plant produces clusters of white, fragrant flowers in the spring, which are followed by red fruit that matures to black in the fall. The fruit is attractive to birds and wildlife.

Size: 2-3 Foot

2-3 Foot

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Description

American Highbush Cranberry – A Medicinal Deciduous Shrub

Why Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum Trilobum)?

Highbush cranberry, scientifically known as Viburnum Trilobum, is a deciduous shrub—species of Viburnum native to northern North America. The bark is a harsh gray color with a scaly appearance, while the stems are arched and quite thick, and the twigs have a coloration that may be described as a reddish-brown. The plant is self-fertile, and the fruits can be eaten raw or cooked into a sauce.

The name originates from the red fruits; however, it is not a cranberry but has a visual resemblance to cranberries, possesses a taste comparable to that of cranberries, and matures at the same time of year.

After removing the giant seeds, the fruits may be eaten raw and are tart with a high vitamin C content. Alternatively, they can be prepared into a sauce and served with meat or chicken.

The juice extracted from the berries can be used to treat hypertension and infections of the urinary system, while the bark is a potent antispasmodic that may be used to relieve muscle cramps.

Plant Summary

Key Information for American Cranberry Bush (Viburnum Trilobum):

  • 📏Size: Viburnum trilobum (American cranberrybush) is a deciduous shrub that can grow to be 6-12 feet tall and 6-12 feet wide.
  • 🍂Foliage: The leaves are oval-shaped, 2-6 inches long, and have a glossy dark green color. In the fall, the leaves turn a beautiful yellow or red color.
  • 🌼Flowers & Fruit: The plant produces clusters of white, fragrant flowers in the spring, which are followed by red fruit that matures to black in the fall. The fruit is attractive to birds and wildlife.
  • ↕️Growth Habit: American cranberrybush is an upright, rounded shrub with a dense branching structure.
  • ☀️Sunlight: This shrub prefers full sun to partial shade, and will grow best in a location that receives at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.
  • 🪨Soil: American cranberrybush is adaptable to a variety of soils, but prefers moist, well-drained soil.
  • 🗺️Hardiness: This shrub is hardy in USDA zones 2-7, and can withstand temperatures as low as -40°F.
  • 🧪pH Level: American cranberrybush is adaptable to a wide range of soil pH levels, but prefers slightly acidic to neutral soil.
  • 🌳Pruning: American cranberrybush can benefit from regular pruning to promote healthy growth and improve its appearance. Pruning is best done in late winter or early spring, before new growth begins.
  • 🐛Pests & Disease: American cranberrybush is generally resistant to pests and diseases, but can be affected by aphids, scale insects, and powdery mildew in some growing conditions. Regular maintenance and proper planting techniques can help prevent these problems.
Pollination Information

Pollination of American Cranberry Bush (Viburnum Trilobum):

Viburnum trilobum (American Cranberry Bush) is a deciduous shrub that is native to North America. The flowers of American Cranberry Bush are usually white and have a strong fragrance, making them attractive to pollinators such as bees, flies, and butterflies. The flowers are hermaphroditic, meaning they have both male and female reproductive organs, which makes self-pollination possible, but cross-pollination by insects is still necessary for optimal fruit set. The fruit of American Cranberry Bush is a small, berry-like drupe that is attractive to birds and wildlife.

Fertilization

Fertilization

It is generally recommended to wait to fertilize a bare root plant until it has been established in the ground and is actively growing. This can vary depending on the type of plant and the growing conditions, but it is generally best to wait at least a few weeks to a few months after planting.

During the first year, you should focus on providing the plant with the right amount of water, sunlight and soil to help it become established. Once the plant has become established and is actively growing, you can begin to fertilize it.

You can use a balanced, all-purpose fertilizer or one that is specifically formulated for the type of plant you have. Be sure to follow the instructions on the fertilizer package and apply it at the recommended rate.

It is also important to note that over-fertilizing can be harmful to plants, so it's always best to error on the side of caution and start with a lower amount of fertilizer and increase as needed.

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