This handsome selection of the North American native arrowwood viburnum boasts neat foliage, white spring flowers, and, if a different selection is planted nearby, the namesake blue fruits in autumn. It's ideal as a hedge or specimen plant, and is very low maintenance.
Attracts birds and butterflies and is deer resistant!
Here's what Julie says: " Viburnums are a great shrub for Colorado. They handle our crazy weather with a shrug, have lovely flowers, don't require a lot of water, grow around 5-6' so can be great as a specimen or for creating some privacy. The best part of the Blue Muffin is the lovely blue fruit that come in the fall. I'm thinking the name Blue Muffin comes from the thought that they look like blueberries, so a blueberry muffin? Anyway, we digress. The fruit are loved by birds so this is a great addition to create some wildlife habitat. But not for the deer, who will not eat it."
For more detailed information about the Blue Muffin Viburnum please visit this Proven Winners description page.