Nannyberry is a shrub which grows 2–4 meters (6–12 ft) in a cascading shape. When grown along a shoreline it produces beautiful berries, which are a food source for songbirds.
The shrub forms large clusters of white to pink flowers in May–June.
The flowers provide nectar for pollinators. Mammals and birds feed on its fruit, twigs, and leaves. Photo credit: Douglas Ladd @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database
Source: Regionally sourced native
Soil: Rich, moist
Sun: Partial shade preferred but will grow in full sun
Seeding Height: 12-24”
Maximum Height: 2-4 metres, 6-12 feet
Potted or Root: Bare root