BCP/Viburnum acerifolium

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Viburnum acerifolium

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Profile for Viburnum acerifolium (Maple-leaf Viburnum)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:shrub
Flowers:White with five small petals, produced in terminal cymes 4-8 cm diameter.
Foliage:The leaves are in opposite pairs, 5-10 cm long and broad, three- to five-lobed, the lobes with a serrated margin. Often mistaken for a young maple due to the similarity of the leaves.
Stem:1-2 meters tall
Growing Conditions:Understory
Fruit:The fruit is a small red to purple drupe 4-8 mm long.
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:V. opulus, Acer spp.
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Regional data:
New Hampshire: (native) June

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This page is a profile for the plant species Viburnum acerifolium, used to collect records of where and when this plant was observed blooming, and for providing identification information for use in dichotomous keys. If you would like to help collect data for this or other plants, see Bloom clock project/How to Contribute for orientation.