Northern Arrowwood, V. recognitum
I posted this yesterday and had a nice helpful response from ging but since all the posts got lost because of the server problems and I couldn't even get on the Garden Web site last night because it was down, I figgured hardly anyone actually saw it, so I am posting again. Don't have a copy so just have to write it from memory. Guess it will be close enough.
The place I get my conservation seedlings has the Northern Arrowwood, V. recognitum listed. I do have the more common V. dentatum Arrowwood but I am not familiar with the Northern Arrowwood. Is this a good shrub for bird attracting berries, is it an understory shub that grows in the shade and does it cross polinate with dentatum? Basicly what are the differences between the Northern Arrowwood and the dentatum?