Viburnum lentago

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Viburnum lentago, Linn. Sheep-berry. Nanny-berry. Fig. 3920. Shrub or small tree, attaining 30 ft., with slender branches: winter buds long-pointed: petioles mostly with wavy margin: lvs. ovate, acuminate, glabrous or scurfy at the veins beneath, 2-4 in. long: fls. white: cymes sessile, 2-5 in. broad: fr. oval, bluish black, with bloom. May, June. Hudson Bay to Man., south to Ga. and Miss. S.S. 5:223, 224.—Hardy, large, often arborescent shrub, keeping its frs. until spring. Sometimes as V. prunifolium and V. pyrifolium in gardens. A garden hybrid, originated in Germany, is V. Vetteri, Zabel (V. Lentago X V. nudum), similar in habit to this species but the cymes on short peduncles over 1/2 in. long.

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