Highbush Cranberry
  • Highbush Cranberry
  • Highbush Cranberry
  • Highbush Cranberry

Highbush Cranberry


(Viburnum trilobum)

Type: Deciduous shrub/bush
Maximum height: 13' (typical full-grown height: 6')
Flower color: White
Habitat: partial shade to full shade
Edible: yes
Toxic: No or unknown

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Highbush Cranberry is a deciduous shrub, growing up 12-15' tall, found across much of northern United States and southern Canada. It is not a cranberry - its name comes from its berries which superficially resemble cranberries in taste and appearance (and ripen at about the same time). They can be eaten raw or cooked, although the large seeds should be removed first.

They spread primarily vegetatively - branches which touch the ground can root and grow another bush. In this way, they slowly spread.

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