- Habitat: Riversides, banks, moist woods, open woodlands
- Native/Non-native: Native to Eastern side of North America
- Flat-topped clusters of white flowers turn into colorful iridescent pink to red fruit; then becomes blue in late summer before turning black.
- The berries are enjoyed by migrating birds such as vireos, warblers and sparrows. Chipmunks and mice love them too
Wild Raisin (Viburnum nudum)
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