stream My Viburnum's leaves have dried up and turned brown. and miscellaneous other flies. There is also a very similar European species, Viburnum visited by wasps, beetles, butterflies, and skippers. 0000011644 00000 n Viburnum acerifolium, commonly called mapleleaf viburnum, is native to eastern North America. This is an understory plant in high quality wooded leaves. 0000009026 00000 n Your search found 9 image(s) of leaves of Mapleleaf Viburnum and Maple species. Mapleleaf viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) is a common plant of Eastern North America, on hillsides, forests and ravines. and branching. Maple Leaf Viburnum is a native deciduous shrub in the Moschatel family (Adoxaceae). The viburnum leaf beetle(Pyrrhalta viburni) was introduced from Europe and Asia to North America around 1947 and first became a problem in Canada in 1978. 0000004682 00000 n deficiens (Long-Horned Beetle sp.) These plants create great visual interest when used as hedging, in a mixed border, or a wildlife garden. The flat-headed Maple-leaf viburnum occurs in upland forests, hillsides, and ravine slopes. Mapleleaf viburnum is known botanically as Viburnum acerifolium. This species has excellent fall color with leaves turning bright pink to reddish purple in fall. 0000003149 00000 n rounded. Mapleleaf Viburnum, Viburnum acerifolium, is particularly noted for its ability to thrive in dry soil and deep shade where few other shrubs dare dwell. Apply when symptoms first appear and repeat every 10 to 14 days as needed. The creamy-white, flat-topped flowers in May, black fruit in fall, persisting into winter, and excellent pink to dark burgundy fall color add year-round interest. This about ¼" across, consisting of a white corolla with 5 petaloid lobes, a 0000006166 00000 n In each case, the leaf damage appeared to be caused by an invasive insect called the viburnum leaf beetle, Pyrrhalta viburni. various tree squirrels. the White-Footed Mouse, Woodland Deer Mouse, Eastern Chipmunk, and (Viburnum Leaf Beetle), the wood-boring larvae of Oberea It is a prolific plant that produces a favorite food for many wild animals. Viburnum species may become diseased with powdery mildew, caused by the fungus, Erysiphe sparsa (formerly Microsphaera sparsa). (Spring/Summer Azure), the introduced Pyrrhalta viburni Dmitri Kotchetov/EyeEm/Getty Images. mid-summer and lasts about 3 weeks. Blackhaw (Viburnum prunifolium) is a forest understory shrub that also grows well in full sun. woodlands, stabilized sand dunes with woody vegetation, and rocky Neutral: On Aug … bees, miscellaneous other bees, Syrphid flies, dance flies (Empididae), Smaller, more numerous blister galls appear on the upper leaf surface. These insects are small enough to pass through most window screens and become a nuisance in fall, when they are looking for shelter. red. Typically between 3 and 6 feet in height and spreading up to 4 feet wide, the Mapleleaf Viburnum gets its name from its 3 … Clicking or hovering over any of the pictures below will display a larger image; clicking the plant's name will provide information about the plant pictured. wooded slopes. x�b```b``�c`e`�hg`@ ���e�/�����\4�SJ98ؼ�8b;���?�. Your plant looks fine to me. Viburnum acerifolium They are found commonly on hillsides and in forests, and in landscaping they are best used as borders/hedges, and as a grouped shrub. %PDF-1.4 %���� Mapleleaf viburnum is named for its leaves, which are strikingly maple shaped. of the leaves have pointed tips, while the leaf bases are cordate or Map). Maple-Leaved Viburnum Viburnum acerifolium Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae) Description: This woody shrub is 2-6' tall, branching occasionally. trailer If you live within its natural range, go for a walk in the woods near you to see if you can spot it. looks as though it is dead. while in the Planting native shrubs will help this natural relationship carry on. 0000005264 00000 n Clusters of white flowers appear in mid-spring. cultivation. 0000004931 00000 n To a lesser extent, the flowers are also 0000001400 00000 n This plant earns the name mapleleaf viburnum because its leaves often have three points on them, similar to maple tree leaves. Maple-Leaved Habitats include upland rocky woodlands, upland sandy Do you think whatever happened to the parent plant has transferred to its cutting? They are followed by black berries in late summer. It propagates by rhizomes as well as seed. that are much larger in size than the fertile flowers in the center of 0000005187 00000 n unlobed), coarsely dentate, and approximately oval in shape. The other small Viburnum sp. During the fall, the leaves can assume different colors, are up to 5" long and 4" across; they are usually 3-lobed (less often 0000003571 00000 n sterile flowers; this latter species occasionally escapes from Viburnum berries are eaten by the Ruffed Grouse and many woodland 0000010001 00000 n caterpillars of the butterfly Celastrina argiolus 0000002249 00000 n Arrow-Wood), has smaller leaves that lack pointed lobes. The nectar and pollen of the flowers attract Halictid bees, Andrenid Illinois, Viburnum rafinesquianum (Downy Maple Leaf Viburnum occurs in dry to mesic pine or hardwood forests, along streams, and on slopes. It often will form a short colony, making it a great plant to use as a low hedge or border. Other insect feeders include the for a listing of these species. Associations: An upland rocky woodland at the Portland Arch in west-central Indiana, It is the maple-like leaf shape that distinguishes this species … 0000015154 00000 n 0000012484 00000 n This shrub is more shade tolerant than most Viburnums and is found as an understory plant in moist to dry woodland settings. ovoid-globoid berries about ¼" long that become blue-black at maturity. Maple-leaved viburnum is a native, medium-sized under-story shrub, preferring shade and part shade conditions. It’s a North American native plant, growing from Maine south to Florida and west to Wisconsin and Texas. pair of small linear stipules, which may wither away with age. White-Tailed Deer may browse on the twigs and It has medium growth that maxes out at heights of 3-6 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. 185 29 Cultivation: 0000045936 00000 n Does it look like this one Doublefile Viburnum (Viburnum plicatum var. The native Maple-Leaved Viburnum is occasional in northeast Illinois, 0000046158 00000 n This species tolerates deep shade and dry soil, provided it … startxref It is native to most counties in Alabama. displaced by taller shrubs. The late-spring flowers are creamy white, flat-topped clusters, up to 3 inches across. The root system is woody panicles (or compound cymes) of flowers develop from young branches. 0000001864 00000 n Maple-leaved viburnum is a very common, shade-tolerant shrub in the understory of beech-maple forests, particularly in southern New England. shrub will adapt to fertile loamy soil, but it is more likely to be This 0000010672 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n Maple-leaf Viburnum near base of Great Blue Hill … each inflorescence. The only other A landscape favorite, this viburnum has all of the wildlife power of the above two species. 0000001705 00000 n The blooming period occurs from late spring to Algal leaf spot can be controlled with sprays of copper fungicides (see Table 1 for specific products). of the smallest Viburnum spp., rarely exceeding 6' Powdery Mildew. 0000003939 00000 n Each berry contains a single seed (or stone). In spring, when leaves appear, they begin feeding and produce galls. %%EOF in height. As with any newly planted shrub, tree, etc., it need to be well watered regularly for the 1st year or until the roots are established in the new location. Individual flowers are It is a deciduous colonial shrub growing 3-6 feet in height. and Oberea The leaves are pubescent (fuzzy), unlike the leaves of most maples. 0000002808 00000 n These leaves Table). trilobum (American Cranberry Bush), has sterile white flowers The mature berries of these latter two species are shiny including pink, magenta, red, or orange. 0000000892 00000 n 0000025799 00000 n 2nd Viburnum in the space of 3 years that this has happened. It has now moved to the northeastern United States where it is a concern in urban landscapes and nurseries. Each lobe is less than four inches in size. 185 0 obj <> endobj The leaves are similar (but smaller) to Striped Maple and Mountain Maple but the flowers are not. Maple-leaf Viburnum (Vibernum acerifolium) Maple-leaf Viburnum is a woodland understory shrub native to the eastern United States, and Quebec and Ontario provinces. 0000004439 00000 n Description: Faunal Maple-leaf Viburnum is an uncommon small to medium-sized shrub, similar to the more common Downy Arrowwood (Viburnum rafinesquianum), but with maple-like leaves. To a lesser extent, these berries are also eaten by Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae). smooth. opulus (European Cranberry Bush), that also produces large Larger nipple galls appear on the lower leaf surface. It requires partial shading for optimum growth and development and occurs primarily in mid- to late- seral communities. It is adapted for USDA hardiness zones of 4 to 8. Opposite pairs of leaves develop from new growth. This particular plant was a cutting I took from the original. 0000008070 00000 n rest of the state it is rare or absent (see Distribution This species hardiness is from zones 4-8, not 6-8 as listed in the description. green and pubescent. Choose which sorts of plants to use based on the type of soil you have available. of several moths feed on Viburnums (primarily the foliage); see the Moth Table Maple-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum acerfolium) Native •3 lobes •Leaves coarsely-toothed Silver Maple (Acer saccharinium) Native •Twigs and buds brownish •Flowers green •Underside silvery-white Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Invasive •5-9 lobes •Leaves red to purple in fall Cherry-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum prunifolium) Native Viburnum acerfoliumleaves can be damaged or skeletonized by the beetle adults and In contrast, Maple-Leaved Viburnum lacks such sterile flowers, and Orange Co., NC 5/16/09. in conditions, and a somewhat acidic soil that is rocky or sandy. Photographic Location: short green calyx with 5 small teeth, 5 strongly exerted stamens, and a Viburnum means “wayfaring tree,” and acerifolium means “maple-like.” Identification: These shrubs are 4-6' (1.2-1.8 m) tall and 3-4' (91-121 cm) around. tripunctata (Dogwood Twig Borer), and several aphid species. Viburnum Range & Habitat: Mapleleaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) Mapleleaf Viburnum is also known as Possum-haw, Dockmackie, Flowering Maple, Arrow-wood, Guelder-rose, Squashberry and other local names.. Plant Type: This is a shrub, it is a perennial which can reach a height of 2 Meters (7 feet ) . and they have an opposite leaf arrangement.Other trees with "maple-like" leaves—the sycamore, sweetgum, and yellow-poplar—have leaves that are alternate in arrangement. central pistil. The caterpillars Leaves are dark green, three-lobed, 2-4" (5-10 cm) long, occurring in opposite pairs. The upper leaf surface is medium green and hairless, while the Our native animals and plants evolved over thousands of years into a integrated system of food producers and food consumers. At the base of each petiole, there is usually a its mature berries are blue-black. Somewhat smaller than Nannyberry, it has an especially beautiful form, often with one or more trunks and slender arching branches. The flowers are replaced by It makes it a great option for naturalizing in shady areas. <<694241B1F0840E4FB7970FE5D9739461>]>> This is one Viburnum acerifolium, the mapleleaf viburnum, maple-leaved arrowwood or dockmackie, is a species of Viburnum, native to eastern North America from southwestern Quebec and Ontario south to northern Florida and eastern Texas. where sandstone lies at or near the ground surface. Leaves: The leaf arrangement is opposite. tomentosum) If so, the leaves do droop naturally. 0000001223 00000 n bark of the small branches and twigs is gray or gray-brown and more Its cultivated cousins are often used as multi-season ornamentals and … 0000004403 00000 n If you are looking for a flowering shrub that will add beauty to your landscape, one of the popular Viburnum shrubs may be a great addition. The major maples have leaves that are divided into three to five lobes. 0 The leaf petioles are pale The Maple Leaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) Plant features leaves with three points on them similar to maple tree leaves, and that is how the lovely shrub got its name. 0000007115 00000 n habitats where the shade is not too dense. native species in this genus that has pointed lobed leaves, Viburnum the trunk and larger branches is gray and slightly rough, while the woody shrub is 2-6' tall, branching occasionally. The bark of Grayson Co., VA 5/30/2009. 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Maple Leaf Viburnum is a native deciduous shrub in the Moschatel family (Adoxaceae). The viburnum leaf beetle(Pyrrhalta viburni) was introduced from Europe and Asia to North America around 1947 and first became a problem in Canada in 1978. 0000004682 00000 n deficiens (Long-Horned Beetle sp.) These plants create great visual interest when used as hedging, in a mixed border, or a wildlife garden. The flat-headed Maple-leaf viburnum occurs in upland forests, hillsides, and ravine slopes. Mapleleaf viburnum is known botanically as Viburnum acerifolium. This species has excellent fall color with leaves turning bright pink to reddish purple in fall. 0000003149 00000 n rounded. Mapleleaf Viburnum, Viburnum acerifolium, is particularly noted for its ability to thrive in dry soil and deep shade where few other shrubs dare dwell. Apply when symptoms first appear and repeat every 10 to 14 days as needed. The creamy-white, flat-topped flowers in May, black fruit in fall, persisting into winter, and excellent pink to dark burgundy fall color add year-round interest. This about ¼" across, consisting of a white corolla with 5 petaloid lobes, a 0000006166 00000 n In each case, the leaf damage appeared to be caused by an invasive insect called the viburnum leaf beetle, Pyrrhalta viburni. various tree squirrels. the White-Footed Mouse, Woodland Deer Mouse, Eastern Chipmunk, and (Viburnum Leaf Beetle), the wood-boring larvae of Oberea It is a prolific plant that produces a favorite food for many wild animals. Viburnum species may become diseased with powdery mildew, caused by the fungus, Erysiphe sparsa (formerly Microsphaera sparsa). (Spring/Summer Azure), the introduced Pyrrhalta viburni Dmitri Kotchetov/EyeEm/Getty Images. mid-summer and lasts about 3 weeks. Blackhaw (Viburnum prunifolium) is a forest understory shrub that also grows well in full sun. woodlands, stabilized sand dunes with woody vegetation, and rocky Neutral: On Aug … bees, miscellaneous other bees, Syrphid flies, dance flies (Empididae), Smaller, more numerous blister galls appear on the upper leaf surface. These insects are small enough to pass through most window screens and become a nuisance in fall, when they are looking for shelter. red. Typically between 3 and 6 feet in height and spreading up to 4 feet wide, the Mapleleaf Viburnum gets its name from its 3 … Clicking or hovering over any of the pictures below will display a larger image; clicking the plant's name will provide information about the plant pictured. wooded slopes. x�b```b``�c`e`�hg`@ ���e�/�����\4�SJ98ؼ�8b;���?�. Your plant looks fine to me. Viburnum acerifolium They are found commonly on hillsides and in forests, and in landscaping they are best used as borders/hedges, and as a grouped shrub. %PDF-1.4 %���� Mapleleaf viburnum is named for its leaves, which are strikingly maple shaped. of the leaves have pointed tips, while the leaf bases are cordate or Map). Maple-Leaved Viburnum Viburnum acerifolium Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae) Description: This woody shrub is 2-6' tall, branching occasionally. trailer If you live within its natural range, go for a walk in the woods near you to see if you can spot it. looks as though it is dead. while in the Planting native shrubs will help this natural relationship carry on. 0000005264 00000 n Clusters of white flowers appear in mid-spring. cultivation. 0000004931 00000 n To a lesser extent, the flowers are also 0000001400 00000 n This plant earns the name mapleleaf viburnum because its leaves often have three points on them, similar to maple tree leaves. Maple-Leaved Habitats include upland rocky woodlands, upland sandy Do you think whatever happened to the parent plant has transferred to its cutting? They are followed by black berries in late summer. It propagates by rhizomes as well as seed. that are much larger in size than the fertile flowers in the center of 0000005187 00000 n unlobed), coarsely dentate, and approximately oval in shape. The other small Viburnum sp. During the fall, the leaves can assume different colors, are up to 5" long and 4" across; they are usually 3-lobed (less often 0000003571 00000 n sterile flowers; this latter species occasionally escapes from Viburnum berries are eaten by the Ruffed Grouse and many woodland 0000010001 00000 n caterpillars of the butterfly Celastrina argiolus 0000002249 00000 n Arrow-Wood), has smaller leaves that lack pointed lobes. The nectar and pollen of the flowers attract Halictid bees, Andrenid Illinois, Viburnum rafinesquianum (Downy Maple Leaf Viburnum occurs in dry to mesic pine or hardwood forests, along streams, and on slopes. It often will form a short colony, making it a great plant to use as a low hedge or border. Other insect feeders include the for a listing of these species. Associations: An upland rocky woodland at the Portland Arch in west-central Indiana, It is the maple-like leaf shape that distinguishes this species … 0000015154 00000 n 0000012484 00000 n This shrub is more shade tolerant than most Viburnums and is found as an understory plant in moist to dry woodland settings. ovoid-globoid berries about ¼" long that become blue-black at maturity. Maple-leaved viburnum is a native, medium-sized under-story shrub, preferring shade and part shade conditions. It’s a North American native plant, growing from Maine south to Florida and west to Wisconsin and Texas. pair of small linear stipules, which may wither away with age. White-Tailed Deer may browse on the twigs and It has medium growth that maxes out at heights of 3-6 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. 185 29 Cultivation: 0000045936 00000 n Does it look like this one Doublefile Viburnum (Viburnum plicatum var. The native Maple-Leaved Viburnum is occasional in northeast Illinois, 0000046158 00000 n This species tolerates deep shade and dry soil, provided it … startxref It is native to most counties in Alabama. displaced by taller shrubs. The late-spring flowers are creamy white, flat-topped clusters, up to 3 inches across. The root system is woody panicles (or compound cymes) of flowers develop from young branches. 0000001864 00000 n Maple-leaved viburnum is a very common, shade-tolerant shrub in the understory of beech-maple forests, particularly in southern New England. shrub will adapt to fertile loamy soil, but it is more likely to be This 0000010672 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n Maple-leaf Viburnum near base of Great Blue Hill … each inflorescence. The only other A landscape favorite, this viburnum has all of the wildlife power of the above two species. 0000001705 00000 n The blooming period occurs from late spring to Algal leaf spot can be controlled with sprays of copper fungicides (see Table 1 for specific products). of the smallest Viburnum spp., rarely exceeding 6' Powdery Mildew. 0000003939 00000 n Each berry contains a single seed (or stone). In spring, when leaves appear, they begin feeding and produce galls. %%EOF in height. As with any newly planted shrub, tree, etc., it need to be well watered regularly for the 1st year or until the roots are established in the new location. Individual flowers are It is a deciduous colonial shrub growing 3-6 feet in height. and Oberea The leaves are pubescent (fuzzy), unlike the leaves of most maples. 0000002808 00000 n These leaves Table). trilobum (American Cranberry Bush), has sterile white flowers The mature berries of these latter two species are shiny including pink, magenta, red, or orange. 0000000892 00000 n 0000025799 00000 n 2nd Viburnum in the space of 3 years that this has happened. It has now moved to the northeastern United States where it is a concern in urban landscapes and nurseries. Each lobe is less than four inches in size. 185 0 obj <> endobj The leaves are similar (but smaller) to Striped Maple and Mountain Maple but the flowers are not. Maple-leaf Viburnum (Vibernum acerifolium) Maple-leaf Viburnum is a woodland understory shrub native to the eastern United States, and Quebec and Ontario provinces. 0000004439 00000 n Description: Faunal Maple-leaf Viburnum is an uncommon small to medium-sized shrub, similar to the more common Downy Arrowwood (Viburnum rafinesquianum), but with maple-like leaves. To a lesser extent, these berries are also eaten by Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae). smooth. opulus (European Cranberry Bush), that also produces large Larger nipple galls appear on the lower leaf surface. It requires partial shading for optimum growth and development and occurs primarily in mid- to late- seral communities. It is adapted for USDA hardiness zones of 4 to 8. Opposite pairs of leaves develop from new growth. This particular plant was a cutting I took from the original. 0000008070 00000 n rest of the state it is rare or absent (see Distribution This species hardiness is from zones 4-8, not 6-8 as listed in the description. green and pubescent. Choose which sorts of plants to use based on the type of soil you have available. of several moths feed on Viburnums (primarily the foliage); see the Moth Table Maple-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum acerfolium) Native •3 lobes •Leaves coarsely-toothed Silver Maple (Acer saccharinium) Native •Twigs and buds brownish •Flowers green •Underside silvery-white Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Invasive •5-9 lobes •Leaves red to purple in fall Cherry-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum prunifolium) Native Viburnum acerfoliumleaves can be damaged or skeletonized by the beetle adults and In contrast, Maple-Leaved Viburnum lacks such sterile flowers, and Orange Co., NC 5/16/09. in conditions, and a somewhat acidic soil that is rocky or sandy. Photographic Location: short green calyx with 5 small teeth, 5 strongly exerted stamens, and a Viburnum means “wayfaring tree,” and acerifolium means “maple-like.” Identification: These shrubs are 4-6' (1.2-1.8 m) tall and 3-4' (91-121 cm) around. tripunctata (Dogwood Twig Borer), and several aphid species. Viburnum Range & Habitat: Mapleleaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) Mapleleaf Viburnum is also known as Possum-haw, Dockmackie, Flowering Maple, Arrow-wood, Guelder-rose, Squashberry and other local names.. Plant Type: This is a shrub, it is a perennial which can reach a height of 2 Meters (7 feet ) . and they have an opposite leaf arrangement.Other trees with "maple-like" leaves—the sycamore, sweetgum, and yellow-poplar—have leaves that are alternate in arrangement. central pistil. The caterpillars Leaves are dark green, three-lobed, 2-4" (5-10 cm) long, occurring in opposite pairs. The upper leaf surface is medium green and hairless, while the Our native animals and plants evolved over thousands of years into a integrated system of food producers and food consumers. At the base of each petiole, there is usually a its mature berries are blue-black. Somewhat smaller than Nannyberry, it has an especially beautiful form, often with one or more trunks and slender arching branches. The flowers are replaced by It makes it a great option for naturalizing in shady areas. <<694241B1F0840E4FB7970FE5D9739461>]>> This is one Viburnum acerifolium, the mapleleaf viburnum, maple-leaved arrowwood or dockmackie, is a species of Viburnum, native to eastern North America from southwestern Quebec and Ontario south to northern Florida and eastern Texas. where sandstone lies at or near the ground surface. Leaves: The leaf arrangement is opposite. tomentosum) If so, the leaves do droop naturally. 0000001223 00000 n bark of the small branches and twigs is gray or gray-brown and more Its cultivated cousins are often used as multi-season ornamentals and … 0000004403 00000 n If you are looking for a flowering shrub that will add beauty to your landscape, one of the popular Viburnum shrubs may be a great addition. The major maples have leaves that are divided into three to five lobes. 0 The leaf petioles are pale The Maple Leaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) Plant features leaves with three points on them similar to maple tree leaves, and that is how the lovely shrub got its name. 0000007115 00000 n habitats where the shade is not too dense. native species in this genus that has pointed lobed leaves, Viburnum the trunk and larger branches is gray and slightly rough, while the woody shrub is 2-6' tall, branching occasionally. The bark of Grayson Co., VA 5/30/2009. 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maple leaf viburnum identification

It grows best in well- drained, moist soils and is tolerant of acid soils. The bark of the trunk and larger branches is gray and slightly rough, while the bark of the small branches and twigs is gray or gray-brown and more smooth. lower surface is pale green and pubescent. It is a relatively small, rounded, suckering, deciduous, woodland shrub that … The preference is dappled sunlight to light shade, mesic to dry Maple-leaved viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) is one of our native, short shrubs in the moschatel family (Adoxaceae). Individual panicles span about 1½–3" across. Comments: xref songbirds (see Bird Your plant looks fine to me. Mapleleaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium): Native to the mountains and upper Piedmont of South Carolina, this species grows slowly to 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide, and has dark green leaves with three lobes, like maple leaves. Mapleleaf Viburnum is a native deciduous suckering shrub found in eastern and central USA and the Piedmont and mountains of NC. Dense growth of these shrubs provide cover for birds that nest on the forest floor. The lobes 213 0 obj<>stream My Viburnum's leaves have dried up and turned brown. and miscellaneous other flies. There is also a very similar European species, Viburnum visited by wasps, beetles, butterflies, and skippers. 0000011644 00000 n Viburnum acerifolium, commonly called mapleleaf viburnum, is native to eastern North America. This is an understory plant in high quality wooded leaves. 0000009026 00000 n Your search found 9 image(s) of leaves of Mapleleaf Viburnum and Maple species. Mapleleaf viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) is a common plant of Eastern North America, on hillsides, forests and ravines. and branching. Maple Leaf Viburnum is a native deciduous shrub in the Moschatel family (Adoxaceae). The viburnum leaf beetle(Pyrrhalta viburni) was introduced from Europe and Asia to North America around 1947 and first became a problem in Canada in 1978. 0000004682 00000 n deficiens (Long-Horned Beetle sp.) These plants create great visual interest when used as hedging, in a mixed border, or a wildlife garden. The flat-headed Maple-leaf viburnum occurs in upland forests, hillsides, and ravine slopes. Mapleleaf viburnum is known botanically as Viburnum acerifolium. This species has excellent fall color with leaves turning bright pink to reddish purple in fall. 0000003149 00000 n rounded. Mapleleaf Viburnum, Viburnum acerifolium, is particularly noted for its ability to thrive in dry soil and deep shade where few other shrubs dare dwell. Apply when symptoms first appear and repeat every 10 to 14 days as needed. The creamy-white, flat-topped flowers in May, black fruit in fall, persisting into winter, and excellent pink to dark burgundy fall color add year-round interest. This about ¼" across, consisting of a white corolla with 5 petaloid lobes, a 0000006166 00000 n In each case, the leaf damage appeared to be caused by an invasive insect called the viburnum leaf beetle, Pyrrhalta viburni. various tree squirrels. the White-Footed Mouse, Woodland Deer Mouse, Eastern Chipmunk, and (Viburnum Leaf Beetle), the wood-boring larvae of Oberea It is a prolific plant that produces a favorite food for many wild animals. Viburnum species may become diseased with powdery mildew, caused by the fungus, Erysiphe sparsa (formerly Microsphaera sparsa). (Spring/Summer Azure), the introduced Pyrrhalta viburni Dmitri Kotchetov/EyeEm/Getty Images. mid-summer and lasts about 3 weeks. Blackhaw (Viburnum prunifolium) is a forest understory shrub that also grows well in full sun. woodlands, stabilized sand dunes with woody vegetation, and rocky Neutral: On Aug … bees, miscellaneous other bees, Syrphid flies, dance flies (Empididae), Smaller, more numerous blister galls appear on the upper leaf surface. These insects are small enough to pass through most window screens and become a nuisance in fall, when they are looking for shelter. red. Typically between 3 and 6 feet in height and spreading up to 4 feet wide, the Mapleleaf Viburnum gets its name from its 3 … Clicking or hovering over any of the pictures below will display a larger image; clicking the plant's name will provide information about the plant pictured. wooded slopes. x�b```b``�c`e`�hg`@ ���e�/�����\4�SJ98ؼ�8b;���?�. Your plant looks fine to me. Viburnum acerifolium They are found commonly on hillsides and in forests, and in landscaping they are best used as borders/hedges, and as a grouped shrub. %PDF-1.4 %���� Mapleleaf viburnum is named for its leaves, which are strikingly maple shaped. of the leaves have pointed tips, while the leaf bases are cordate or Map). Maple-Leaved Viburnum Viburnum acerifolium Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae) Description: This woody shrub is 2-6' tall, branching occasionally. trailer If you live within its natural range, go for a walk in the woods near you to see if you can spot it. looks as though it is dead. while in the Planting native shrubs will help this natural relationship carry on. 0000005264 00000 n Clusters of white flowers appear in mid-spring. cultivation. 0000004931 00000 n To a lesser extent, the flowers are also 0000001400 00000 n This plant earns the name mapleleaf viburnum because its leaves often have three points on them, similar to maple tree leaves. Maple-Leaved Habitats include upland rocky woodlands, upland sandy Do you think whatever happened to the parent plant has transferred to its cutting? They are followed by black berries in late summer. It propagates by rhizomes as well as seed. that are much larger in size than the fertile flowers in the center of 0000005187 00000 n unlobed), coarsely dentate, and approximately oval in shape. The other small Viburnum sp. During the fall, the leaves can assume different colors, are up to 5" long and 4" across; they are usually 3-lobed (less often 0000003571 00000 n sterile flowers; this latter species occasionally escapes from Viburnum berries are eaten by the Ruffed Grouse and many woodland 0000010001 00000 n caterpillars of the butterfly Celastrina argiolus 0000002249 00000 n Arrow-Wood), has smaller leaves that lack pointed lobes. The nectar and pollen of the flowers attract Halictid bees, Andrenid Illinois, Viburnum rafinesquianum (Downy Maple Leaf Viburnum occurs in dry to mesic pine or hardwood forests, along streams, and on slopes. It often will form a short colony, making it a great plant to use as a low hedge or border. Other insect feeders include the for a listing of these species. Associations: An upland rocky woodland at the Portland Arch in west-central Indiana, It is the maple-like leaf shape that distinguishes this species … 0000015154 00000 n 0000012484 00000 n This shrub is more shade tolerant than most Viburnums and is found as an understory plant in moist to dry woodland settings. ovoid-globoid berries about ¼" long that become blue-black at maturity. Maple-leaved viburnum is a native, medium-sized under-story shrub, preferring shade and part shade conditions. It’s a North American native plant, growing from Maine south to Florida and west to Wisconsin and Texas. pair of small linear stipules, which may wither away with age. White-Tailed Deer may browse on the twigs and It has medium growth that maxes out at heights of 3-6 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. 185 29 Cultivation: 0000045936 00000 n Does it look like this one Doublefile Viburnum (Viburnum plicatum var. The native Maple-Leaved Viburnum is occasional in northeast Illinois, 0000046158 00000 n This species tolerates deep shade and dry soil, provided it … startxref It is native to most counties in Alabama. displaced by taller shrubs. The late-spring flowers are creamy white, flat-topped clusters, up to 3 inches across. The root system is woody panicles (or compound cymes) of flowers develop from young branches. 0000001864 00000 n Maple-leaved viburnum is a very common, shade-tolerant shrub in the understory of beech-maple forests, particularly in southern New England. shrub will adapt to fertile loamy soil, but it is more likely to be This 0000010672 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n Maple-leaf Viburnum near base of Great Blue Hill … each inflorescence. The only other A landscape favorite, this viburnum has all of the wildlife power of the above two species. 0000001705 00000 n The blooming period occurs from late spring to Algal leaf spot can be controlled with sprays of copper fungicides (see Table 1 for specific products). of the smallest Viburnum spp., rarely exceeding 6' Powdery Mildew. 0000003939 00000 n Each berry contains a single seed (or stone). In spring, when leaves appear, they begin feeding and produce galls. %%EOF in height. As with any newly planted shrub, tree, etc., it need to be well watered regularly for the 1st year or until the roots are established in the new location. Individual flowers are It is a deciduous colonial shrub growing 3-6 feet in height. and Oberea The leaves are pubescent (fuzzy), unlike the leaves of most maples. 0000002808 00000 n These leaves Table). trilobum (American Cranberry Bush), has sterile white flowers The mature berries of these latter two species are shiny including pink, magenta, red, or orange. 0000000892 00000 n 0000025799 00000 n 2nd Viburnum in the space of 3 years that this has happened. It has now moved to the northeastern United States where it is a concern in urban landscapes and nurseries. Each lobe is less than four inches in size. 185 0 obj <> endobj The leaves are similar (but smaller) to Striped Maple and Mountain Maple but the flowers are not. Maple-leaf Viburnum (Vibernum acerifolium) Maple-leaf Viburnum is a woodland understory shrub native to the eastern United States, and Quebec and Ontario provinces. 0000004439 00000 n Description: Faunal Maple-leaf Viburnum is an uncommon small to medium-sized shrub, similar to the more common Downy Arrowwood (Viburnum rafinesquianum), but with maple-like leaves. To a lesser extent, these berries are also eaten by Honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae). smooth. opulus (European Cranberry Bush), that also produces large Larger nipple galls appear on the lower leaf surface. It requires partial shading for optimum growth and development and occurs primarily in mid- to late- seral communities. It is adapted for USDA hardiness zones of 4 to 8. Opposite pairs of leaves develop from new growth. This particular plant was a cutting I took from the original. 0000008070 00000 n rest of the state it is rare or absent (see Distribution This species hardiness is from zones 4-8, not 6-8 as listed in the description. green and pubescent. Choose which sorts of plants to use based on the type of soil you have available. of several moths feed on Viburnums (primarily the foliage); see the Moth Table Maple-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum acerfolium) Native •3 lobes •Leaves coarsely-toothed Silver Maple (Acer saccharinium) Native •Twigs and buds brownish •Flowers green •Underside silvery-white Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Invasive •5-9 lobes •Leaves red to purple in fall Cherry-leaved Viburnum (Viburnum prunifolium) Native Viburnum acerfoliumleaves can be damaged or skeletonized by the beetle adults and In contrast, Maple-Leaved Viburnum lacks such sterile flowers, and Orange Co., NC 5/16/09. in conditions, and a somewhat acidic soil that is rocky or sandy. Photographic Location: short green calyx with 5 small teeth, 5 strongly exerted stamens, and a Viburnum means “wayfaring tree,” and acerifolium means “maple-like.” Identification: These shrubs are 4-6' (1.2-1.8 m) tall and 3-4' (91-121 cm) around. tripunctata (Dogwood Twig Borer), and several aphid species. Viburnum Range & Habitat: Mapleleaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) Mapleleaf Viburnum is also known as Possum-haw, Dockmackie, Flowering Maple, Arrow-wood, Guelder-rose, Squashberry and other local names.. Plant Type: This is a shrub, it is a perennial which can reach a height of 2 Meters (7 feet ) . and they have an opposite leaf arrangement.Other trees with "maple-like" leaves—the sycamore, sweetgum, and yellow-poplar—have leaves that are alternate in arrangement. central pistil. The caterpillars Leaves are dark green, three-lobed, 2-4" (5-10 cm) long, occurring in opposite pairs. The upper leaf surface is medium green and hairless, while the Our native animals and plants evolved over thousands of years into a integrated system of food producers and food consumers. At the base of each petiole, there is usually a its mature berries are blue-black. Somewhat smaller than Nannyberry, it has an especially beautiful form, often with one or more trunks and slender arching branches. The flowers are replaced by It makes it a great option for naturalizing in shady areas. <<694241B1F0840E4FB7970FE5D9739461>]>> This is one Viburnum acerifolium, the mapleleaf viburnum, maple-leaved arrowwood or dockmackie, is a species of Viburnum, native to eastern North America from southwestern Quebec and Ontario south to northern Florida and eastern Texas. where sandstone lies at or near the ground surface. Leaves: The leaf arrangement is opposite. tomentosum) If so, the leaves do droop naturally. 0000001223 00000 n bark of the small branches and twigs is gray or gray-brown and more Its cultivated cousins are often used as multi-season ornamentals and … 0000004403 00000 n If you are looking for a flowering shrub that will add beauty to your landscape, one of the popular Viburnum shrubs may be a great addition. The major maples have leaves that are divided into three to five lobes. 0 The leaf petioles are pale The Maple Leaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) Plant features leaves with three points on them similar to maple tree leaves, and that is how the lovely shrub got its name. 0000007115 00000 n habitats where the shade is not too dense. native species in this genus that has pointed lobed leaves, Viburnum the trunk and larger branches is gray and slightly rough, while the woody shrub is 2-6' tall, branching occasionally. The bark of Grayson Co., VA 5/30/2009.

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