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Viburnum rufidulum
Southern Blackhaw Viburnum

When grown as a treeform specimen (versus the normal shrub form), the bark of Southern Blackhaw Viburnum takes on a subtle ornamental appeal, due to its increased caliper size. The bark becomes small, square, dark gray blocks at maturity, similar in appearance to Flowering Dogwood or Gray Dogwood.


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