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Highbush Cranberry

Viburnum trilobum, Viburnum opulus var. americanum • American Cranberrybush, Cranberrybush Viburnum


The highbush cranberry is a large and hardy deciduous shrub, typically growing 4 meters tall. It is found in most parts of North America and enjoys wet areas such as in thickets along shorelines, swamps and forest edges. In a garden setting it can tolerate a variety of soils, although moist well-drained soil is best. While it prefers full sun, it can also handle partial shade. The high bush cranberry is sometimes called Viburnum opulus var. americanum (trilobum), as some consider it a subspecies of the Eurasian variety. Others tend to refer to it simply as Viburnum trilobum.


Leaves dark green and hairless above. Paler and smooth underneath. Maple leaf-like leaves, cut into 3-pointed lobes. Stalks have 1-6 glands near leaf.


Red to orange and juicy. Berries hang in drooping clusters.


White, 5-parted. Flowers in flat-topped clusters.

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