Viburnum dentatum is known by the common names Arrow-wood Viburnum and Arrow-wood Viburnum. Southern Arrowwood shrubs grow along the shore of the lake (segments 6, 9 and 12). When they grow in sunny areas, the shrubs are 4 – 5 feet; in shady areas, they grow much taller.
A shrub growing in a shady area.
Leaves are opposite.
A flower head.
A close up of flowerlets.
Viburnum dentatum grows in the southeastern United States in states bounded by New Jersey west to Iowa and east to Florida; it also grows in Maine, Connecticut, and Texas.
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- United States Department of Agriculture Plants Database: Viburnum dentatum (Southern Arrowwood)
- University of North Carolina Herbarium: Viburnum dentatum
- Southeastern Flora: Arrow-wood Viburnum (Viburnum dentatum)
- Natural and Naturalized Plants of the Carolinas and Georgia: Viburnum dentatum
- 2010: Year Of The Wildflower – Wildflower index