In late spring, the Arrowwood Viburnum produces non-fragrant white flowers, which give way to blue-black, berry-like drupes which attract birds and other wildlife. The Viburnum dentatum
has bright green leaves with slightly serrated margins. Fall colors range from yellow to orange and red. The plant is native to North America and is widespread throughout many of the eastern states. The plant’s common name comes from the fact that Native Americans used the straight stems of the species for arrow shafts.