Viburnum Cassinoides - Witherod, Appalachischer Tee

Viburnum Cassinoides - Witherod, Appalachischer Tee

Viburnum cassinoides - Witherod, Appalachischer Tee

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Witherod ist nicht so verbreitet wie andere Viburnums. Sie wächst am besten in der Sonne oder im Halbschatten und verträgt jeden Gartenboden. Die Pflanze hat eine moderate Wachstumsrate und transplantiert gut. Reife Pflanzen haben eine Höhe und Verbreitung von 5 bis 6 Fuß. Die kleinen, weißen Blüten werden im Spätfrühling oder Frühsommer produziert. Die Früchte werden im Spätsommer oder Herbst produziert. Sie sind zuerst grün, dann pink, dann blau und schließlich schwarz. Die Herbstlaubfarbe ist rot. Die Pflanze wird mehr für ihre Früchte und Herbstfarben als für ihre Blüten geschätzt.

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Viburnum Cassinoides - Witherod, Appalachischer Tee

FAQ - 💬

❓ Are wild raisins edible?

👉 Uses of Northern Wild Raisin Northern Wild Raisin has a variety of uses as an edible plant. The fruit reportedly may be eaten raw or cooked, and was used by several native American tribes, including the Abnaki and the Algonquin.

❓ Which Viburnum is the smallest?

👉 For truly small gardens, you can select Viburnum opulus 'Compactum,' that stays to a relatively modest 6 feet (almost 2 m.) in height. Or go for truly small with Viburnum opulus 'Bullatum,' which doesn't get above 2 feet (61 cm.) tall and wide.

❓ Is withe rod edible?

👉 The berries are edible but highly acidic. They attract songbirds, water birds, shorebirds and small mammals. Native to eastern North America, Withe Rod occurs naturally in low woods, swamps and bogs.

❓ Are there dwarf viburnums?

👉 An exceptional dwarf viburnum that is a puffball of creamy white, fragrant flowers in late spring. Handsome, glossy foliage gives this shrub a sophisticated presence in the garden even when it is not in bloom. Top reasons to grow Lil' Ditty viburnum: one of the only dwarf viburnums on the market - just 1-2' tall.

❓ Does Viburnum grow wild?

👉 Moist-Woodland Beauties. My favorite native is the swamp-haw viburnum, Viburnum nudum, which thrives in the wild along stream banks from Long Island to Florida. It performs equally well under normal garden conditions in full sun to partial shade.

❓ Can you eat Hobblebush?

👉 The fruit of the Hobblebush reportedly may be eaten raw or cooked and is said to taste somewhat like raisins or dates. Hobblebush has a number of medicinal uses. The Algonquin reportedly rubbed its mashed leaves on the head to treat migraines.

❓ What is the prettiest viburnum?

👉 Doublefile Viburnum (Viburnum Plicatum F. Tomentosum 'Mariesii') Doublefile viburnum is one of the most popular viburnum varieties, and the reason why is no secret. Every spring, this shrub puts forth a dazzling floral display.

❓ What is the hardiest viburnum?

👉 Viburnum tinusViburnum tinus is a hardy, evergreen viburnum, native to the Mediterranean. It can be grown as a hedge, but also makes a lovely green backdrop for other plants.

❓ Is Brandywine Viburnum Evergreen?

👉 Noted for its breathtaking berry display, Viburnum nudum Brandywine™ (Withe Rod) is a compact, upright, deciduous shrub with a showy foliage of very shiny oval leaves, which turns deep wine-red in the fall.

❓ Can you keep a viburnum small?

👉 Some viburnums stay smaller and have a more spreading habit. However, like other shrubs such as burning bush or lilac, many viburnums listed as “dwarf” or “compact” can grow up to 6 feet (2 m.) tall. Viburnums can be cut back hard in late winter or early spring to keep compact.

❓ Where should I plant my viburnum?

👉 Most viburnums prefer full sun but many will also tolerate partial shade. While not particularly picky about their growing conditions, they generally prefer fertile, well-draining soil. Planting viburnum takes place in spring or fall. Dig a hole as deep as the root ball but at least two to three times wider.

❓ What is Viburnum cassinoides?

👉 Viburnum cassinoides is commonly called witherod viburnum. Withe (from Old English) means flexible twig and rod means slender shoot or stem. It is native primarily to northeastern North America (hence the occasional common name of northern witherod) where it is typically found in low woods, fields, swamps, marshes, pond peripheries and bogs.

❓ When to prune Viburnum cassinoides?

👉 Prune as needed in late fall or early spring. Viburnum cassinoides is commonly called witherod viburnum. Withe (from Old English) means flexible twig and rod means slender shoot or stem.

❓ What can I plant with witherod viburnum?

👉 To create a naturalized area with wet soil Witherod Viburnum can be planted with the likes of Silky Dogwood, Buttonbush, Meadowsweet, American Elderberry, Tamarack, Big Bluestem, Lady Fern Wild Iris, Wild Bergamot, Spiderwort, Shooting Star, and Red Milkweed.

❓ Where does Viburnum grow in the US?

👉 Witherod viburnum is typically found in wetter conditions such as swamps and marshes, moist fields, and woods. This native North American shrub offers visual interest during all four seasons with white flowers in the spring, beautiful red-orange leaves in the fall, and fruit that changes colors as it matures throughout the growing season.

Autor Des Artikels: Alexander Schulz. Unabhängiger Konstrukteur und technischer Experte. Arbeitserfahrung in der Baubranche seit 1980. Fachkompetenz in den Richtungen: Bau, Architektur, Design, Hausbau.

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