Make sure the soil stays damp all the time. When you go to buy the hormone, if you buy at a garden center, you can ask for which one by telling them it is for hardwood. Below are the most commonly found Viburnums in Eastern North America: Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum), sometimes the name is listed as "Viburnum opulus var. Wild Raisin (Viburnum cassinoides or Viburnum nudum var. The native Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum) is the good one - tart to mild tasting, like a Cranberry overall, but not as sharp. Very often there is a scent to the flowers - sometimes nice, sometimes not. This Guelder rose (Viburnum opulus) jelly recipe is quite simply divine.The plant is deciduous, and usually found in hedgerows, scrub and woodlands. The leaves are opposite, 5-8 cm long with 3-5 irregularly toothed lobes. 1913. Should be woody where you cut. This one can also easily be mistaken for the Viburnum edule. Guelder rose (Viburnum opulus) Also known as a snowball bush, this plant produces large clusters of white flowers that have a sweet smell. Wet to well drained moist soils. Neither is related to the true Cranberries which are in the Vaccinium genus, not the Viburnum. Early fall is best time to find them. Also known as Kalyna and American Cranberrybush, Cranberry Tree, Crampbark Tree, Guelder-Rose, Wild Gueldes-Rose, Gueldres-Rose, Cherry-Wood, Rose Elder, Red Elder, Marsh Elder, Water Elder, White Elder, Gadrise, Gaiter Tree, Gatten, Love Rose, May Rose, Pincushion Tree, Dog Rowan Tree, Whitten Tree, Squaw Bush, Witch-Hobble, Witchhopple. americanum) is a more recommended substitute. opulus and americanum is too great â Wild Raisin (Viburnum cassinoides or Viburnum nudum var. There are a lot of branches creating a very thick mass of branches and leaves. It also produces small berries that look kind of like a cranberry during the fall. You can just squash them fresh and mix with water and sieve, and cook down the water. The fruit are a drupe and have a pit with a single seed. In late spring to early summer, this multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub produces showy, lacy, white flowers in flat clusters of tiny fertile â¦ Guelder-rose is a spreading, much-branched deciduous shrub, up to 4 m high, with greyish, hairless stems. Especially in thighs. The Poison Sumac has leaflets (NOT leaves) that are similar in size to the leaves of the Northern Wild Raisin. Blackhaw (Viburnum prunifolium). A serious caution: This shrub has opposite, glossy, sometimes wavy edged leaves that are often Elliptic in shape. Viburnum dilatatum Tandoori Orange® (Linden Viburnum) is a compact deciduous shrub of upright to rounded habit with a long season of interest. Nice choice overall if you have a place where the soil stays cool and moist with sun to part shade. 3: 270. Courtesy of ND State Soil Conservation Committee. It is a dirty clothes to musky smell. I have a name suggestion: the Stink Tree. 1989. Nice looking all year, and the red leaves in fall are beautiful. Vol. Guelder rose is a spreading, deciduous, upright shrub. A UK native, the guelder rose, Viburnum opulus, bears beautiful spring flowers, which are particularly attractive to hoverflies, followed by glossy red berries. The leaves are alternate on the Poison Sumac, and do not have serrations on the leaflet edges like the Blackhaw leaves do, so if you are very clear on the difference, you will not mistake them. Also the Northern Wild Raisin has a pair of leaves at the end of each twig, while the Poison Sumac has a single leaflet at the end of each leaf. Fruits tend to shrivel after frost. Wild Raisin (Viburnum cassinoides or Viburnum nudum var. Also known as the Alder-leaved Viburnum, Moosewood and Witch-hobble. North Dakota tree handbook. Viburnum Berries Recipe. Though these are not edible Viburnum opulus berries, the Viburnum trilobum look identical. Northern Wild Raisin (Viburnum cassinoides or Viburnum nudum var. Although not related to other Cranberry species - it is a Cranberry in name only - the Highbush Cranberry is good in its own right, and can be used and eaten the same way as true Cranberries. For the more acidic soil loving varieties, leaf and conifer needle compost is perfect. Mulch and some fertilizer each year will help, but they don't need a lot. Hickories are important âmastâ trees, large trees that provide edible nuts and many other resources for people and wildlife. Whilst the raw berries of some species are edible, other species may need careful preparation before they become edible. Another way is put the fresh fruit in a pot, mash with a potato masher, then put it through a food mill, put the seeds in a container with water, rub around and sieve. Several cultivars have been selected, including 'Roseum' (synonym 'Sterile', 'Snowball'), in which all the flowers are only of the larger sterile type, with globular â¦ Very good spread on toast. Possumhaw (Viburnum nudum or Viburnum nudum var. (By: Richtid GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2), Hobblebush (Viburnum lantanoides or Viburnum alnifolium) leaf and flowers. After cutting, immediately put in a plastic container with room temperature water that is clean and not too high in chlorine. The fruit can be eaten raw, but it is best cooked into jams, jellies, etc. The two primary medicinal species of Viburnum are Viburnum prunifolium, commonly called Black Haw, and Viburnum opulus, commonly called Cramp Bark by herbalists. So, how do you tell the difference? Rusty Blackhaw (Viburnum rufidulum) range. A very good choice to grow. The twigs produce an odd, not pleasant smell when crushed. (By: Dcrjsr ), Wild Raisin (Viburnum cassinoides or Viburnum nudum var. Brown. It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen from July to September. cassinoides and both can be called the Wild Raisin (Though the Viburnum cassinoides is also called the Northern Wild Raisin). If you are in a northern boreal forest, and find one in a damp area, it is most likely the Squashberry - the Viburnum edule. Botanical Description. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. The berries (drupes) are technically edible, but are very bitter in taste and are not recommended for eating fresh off the shrub. To grow from cuttings, there are three basic methods that are workable for the home grower. The âcranberriesâ that grow on bushes arenât technically cranberries, but a group of species of viburnum that happens to produce somewhat edible fruit. Hickory (Carya). Taken in early November. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. (By: Rob Routledge CC BY-SA 3.0). Soil & Site: These are one of the best shrubs/trees for gardens if you have the right conditions, and there is a Viburnum for just about anywhere. Midwest National Technical Center, Lincoln. A serious caution: This shrub has opposite, glossy, sometimes wavy edged leaves that are often Elliptic in shape. Disclaimer: these plants â¦ Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum) leaf. ), Hobblebush (Viburnum lantanoides or Viburnum alnifolium) in woods. Second is to start the cuttings in pots with soil. The Guelder rose, Viburnum opulus, is just one of many viburnums. A very beautiful tree/shrub at any time of year, the flowers are very nice, the fall leaf color is excellent, the shape of it is nice, and it is compact overall. Hobblebush (Viburnum lantanoides or Viburnum alnifolium). The fruit can range from absolutely awful to very good depending on which one. The American cranberry (Viburnum opulus var. Vol. The fruit is raisin or date like, and can be eaten raw, but there is little flesh as the seed takes up most of the space in the fruit. Viburnum edule is a trailing to upright deciduous shrub that can reach 8 feet in height.New shoots are smooth, green, and sporadically covered with lenticels; older stems are light brown, maroon, or reddish brown. Using: Most sources that provide recipes for any Viburnum fruit for making jams or jellies, or the paste for adding to meals talk about cooking the fruit, then separating the seeds and skin by putting the cooked fruit through a food mill or pushing through a sieve. Tell them it is important this is not the Viburnum opulus or a hybrid with it. Known also as the Sheepberry and Sweet Viburnum. Seems to work well with curried dishes. European cranberry-bush viburnum is an attractive, multi-season interest shrub, but it has become an invasive plant in some states and is not recommended. Highbush cranberry plants are showy in spring when the flowers bloom against a backdrop of lush, dark green â¦ Should be a commercially grown crop for jams and jellies, but as far as I know, is not. Birds eat the berries of Viburnum obovatum (also called Walter Viburnum after Thomas Walter). There are plastic domes you can buy that are make to protect young plants from frost, but I've always just used clear empty bulk food nut containers. The Poison Sumac and this Viburnum can occur in the same places, and confusing them could be a very serious mistake. 3 vols. The fruit is virtually identical. If the air is humid, you don't need to cover. Guelder rose bears fertile flowers that are pinkish-white in the bud and produce red, glossy drupes, while the sterile outer flowers are white, large and plate-like.