Nutmeg and I are signing off this coming week for our winter hiatus, so here is a last mystery for a bit.
This plant has held its leaves late in the season.
If you know what it is, give us a guess in the comments.
I’ll check back later!
Spectacular leaves, aren’t they?
Arrowwood Viburnum, Viburnum dentatum, is a native shrub that produces food for wildlife, too. The drupes grow from clusters of white flowers that bloom in the spring and look like look like dark blue berries when they ripen. A variety of viburnums live from Maine down to Florida and east to Texas, and feed many types of birds, including thrushes, bluebirds, robins, catbirds, cardinals, finches and waxwings.