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Viburnum lentago
Nannyberry Viburnum

The fruits of Nannyberry Viburnum, while partially hidden by the foliage, are subtlely ornamental, readily consumed by wildlife in Autumn, and very similar in appearance to those of the closely-related Blackhaw Viburnum. The fruits of both species transition from green to yellow to red to blue-black to black as they ripen in late Summer and Autumn.


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