The Q&A Archives: sterile cranberry viburnum "snowball"

Question: monrovia web site states that snowball is sterile, but has berries. i need one that has berries for wildlife. will snowball viburnum have berries that wildlife will like?

Answer: Viburnum opulus "Sterile" does not set fruit. If you are looking for a viburnum that is attrctive for wildlife you might consider one of the many others such as the native Viburnum dentatum, or perhaps Viburnum opulus 'Compactum". Your local professional nursery staff should be able to help you select a viburnum that will thrive in the spot you have in mind and also supplies berries.

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