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Viburnum trilobum 'Wentworth'
common name: American Highbush Cranberry, Dog Rowan, Crampbark
synonyms: Viburnum opulus var. americanum 'Wentworth', Viburnum opulus subsp. trilobum 'Wentworth'
full sun, part shade
moist soil, wet/waterlogged soil, clay soil, sandy soil
preferred soil pH: any
minimum temp: -35°C
USDA zone: 2 to 8
Large deciduous shrub with soft maple-like leaves that display vivid colours in autumn. White lacecap flowers in late spring and early summer, followed by abundant clusters of large glossy red berries. Excellent early fruiting variety.
Any reasonably fertile, moist, well drained soil in sun or part shade. Grows well on clay soils. Very hardy.
If required, prune back shoots after flowering.
By cuttings or layering.
The fruits are edible and used as a substitute for cranberries, usually to make preserves.