Viburnums are found in temperate climates around the world, 18 natives to North America plus at least three imports. Hey Green Deane! Remove seeds. By GardenStyle. That should give their one full-time police officer something to do. Native Americans had a wide variety of ways to use the berries of various Viburnum species. Foraging should never begin without the guidance and approval of a local plant specialist. By the way, the flavor of the fruit of the Cornus kousa is apparantly widely variable, as these trees have not been selected for their fruit… at least not here in America. I noticed a couple in the pasture. Name explained. Rusty blackhaw viburnum has glossy leaves that turn to various shades of pink, red, orange and purple in the fall. And just to make sure you know V. oplus berries are toxic raw and must be cooked. The fruit, sometimes raw, cooked or dehydrated, is used from Viburnum alnifolium, Viburnum cassinoides, Viburnum edule, Viburnum lantana, Viburnum lentago, Viburnum nudum, Viburnum oplus, Viburnum prunifolium, Viburnum rufidulum, and Viburnum trilobum. Whether the fruit is edible is a bit of a debate. Name explained. Though these are not edible Viburnum opulus berries, the Viburnum trilobum look identical. She said he was the eleventh child and his was going to be the eleventh child chair  put around the dinner table. Viburnum prunifolium, Black Haw, Stagbush, bluish-black fruit, varying size, sweet, eaten out of hand, or used for jams, jelly, sauces, drinks and the like. Nannyberry (Viburnum lentago). I was so elated to discover Black Haw (prunifolium) on my property…but now that I’m looking at this post….mine look more like lentago! On first weekend in October they celebrate Old Miners’ Day. (Opulus). Since this Viburnum is eatable does that mean that all the cultivars of this species is OK to eat as well? The only significant problem with Viburnums is choosing which one to use, and which ones to write about. Perhaps Viburnum, Missouri, should do what Forsythia, Georgia, does: Have a Forsythia Festival, except with Viburnums. Viburnum Viburnum Rufidulum. I am purchasing many Viburnum tirlobums cultivar Compactum or also known as Spring Bouquet. Viburnums bend easily. The Cherokee, Iroquois, Menomini, and Ojibwa used Viburnum acerifolium to make an infusion to relieve cramps and colic. Perhaps Cornucopia I did and II does not. Can you enlighten me. Identification: Viburnum nuduns, deciduous shrub, small tree to 20 feet, leaves opposite, simple, lance shaped to elliptical, four to six inches long, often shorter, upper surface dark green, shiny, lower surface covered with tiny glandular dots, leaf tips pinched to an abrupt point, edges usually toothless, occasionally finely crenated to serrated, slightly revolute. Method of Preparation: Fruit used raw or cooked, fruit leather. Are their berries ediable? The Arrowood is just now blooming and the size and quality of bloom clusters seem more what we are accustomed to. Apparently someone else also had just one pine tree thus there already was a Lone Pine Post Office. They’re much employed in landscaping and country gardens. It is suspected that all Viburnums might have the coumarin glycoside. Now you know why Viburnum, Missouri, is called Viburnum and not Lone Pine. Whether the fruit is edible is a bit of a debate. The stone, however, is large and the pulp thin. 8 – 14 feet. I have bookmarked to study later. Locally Viburnums are easy to recognize by their opposite leaves and five-lobed flowers. I’ve often thought that human story was worth the extra effort and that some researcher or descendant in the future would be pleased even if they don’t know I was the one who found out why he was called Eleven. No one knew but they kept giving me more folks to call. Fall Viburnum nuduns, edible raw. Die stark runzeligen Blattoberseiten haben dem Gehölz den Beinamen "Runzelblättriger Schneeball" eingebracht. I live in New-Brunswick, Canada. Rusty Blackhaw1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION A native of the well-drained, upland woods of southeastern North America, Rusty Blackhaw forms a multiple or (occasionally) single-trunked small tree or large shrub, reaching 25 feet in height with an equal spread (Fig. Viburnum edule, Squashberry, Mooseberry, fully ripe berries are slightly acidic, pleasant tasting, can be eaten raw. Viburnum nudum, Smooth-withe-rod, Possom Haw, apple-shaped fruits, compressed, 1/4 inch long, deep blue, sweet, eaten raw. Viburnum Rufidulum. The Missouri River natives ate V. lentago, right. This led to them being called lantana in English as early as 1200 AD. It’s also a diuretic. Dillard Mill on the Huzzah River, Viburnum, Missouri. It is a deciduous, dense, showy, highly … Can one make tea from snowball flowers? We had an unusually cool spring nights. I have a copy of Cornucopia II which does not list Viburnum odoratissimum. More specific uses: Viburnum alnifolium, Hobblebush, Mooseweed, ripe fruit sweet and palatable tasting like raisins or dates. Viburnum rhytidophyllum wächst als immergrüner Strauch oder kleiner Baum, der Wuchshöhen von bis zu 4 Meter erreicht. The Feds agreed and asked him what he wanted to call the place. Time: Fruit in fall, usually September and October. When Viburnum rufidulum receives enough sun, plants flower reliably each spring, opening white flowers. Any ideas? Fruit ellipsoid, initially red to pink turning deep blue. I’m also concerned that birds may not eat non-native fruits. Now you know why Viburnum, Missouri, is called Viburnum and not Lone Pine. In Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum – Viburnum rufidulum. Englishman John Lindley in 1846 called the native Viburnums “miserable food for savage nations.” There is a shadow of truth in that. Flowers small, white, showy spreading clusters to six inches wide in March and April. will have to take more pics and let you know… Apparently someone else also had just one pine tree thus there already was a Lone Pine Post Office. It’s also a diuretic. Fruit hangs in clusters on the plant and is edible with a flavor like raisins. It is easy … When European species with large fruit were introduced to North America the natives preferred them. Die Pflanzengattung Schneeball (Viburnum) gehört zur Familie der Moschuskrautgewächse (Adoxaceae). I have a Viburnum tree, several, in fact, growing on our property in Northern Michigan but I have not been able to identify them. Die mal mehr, mal weniger stark glänzenden Blätter sind gegenständig, gestielt und gut 18 bis 25 Zentimeter lang. Ovate, finely toothed, glossy dark green leaves (to 4" long) turn attractive shades of red and purple in fall. Virburnum setigerum, Tea Viburnum, leaves are used as a substitute as tea. Dillard Mill on the Huzzah River, Viburnum, Missouri. There are also several cultivars for edible fruit including Canber, Phillips, and Wentworth (from V. They do have the big seed within. Like V. odoratissiumn it’s leaves are fragrant when crushed. Curious, and as a person interested in genealogy, I began calling his relatives to find out why he was named Eleven. Viburnum cassinoides leaves are used for tea. They’re much employed in landscaping and country gardens. This leads me to Viburnum, Missouri. Taken in early November. If you see showy clusters, particularly in northern Florida, it will either be a Viburnum or a Dogwood. I wanted the Virburnum trilobum mostly because the fruits are edible (jellies) and because they attract birds. The Feds agreed and asked him what he wanted to call the place. I could not find any reports of human or animal toxicity associated with the Viburnum odoratissimum. There are 150 species of Viburnums, perhaps a couple of dozen more. Just plant a huge bunch of Viburnums about town and then schedule a festival in the spring when they blossom around May. The blossoms fade to form berries that color shift from green to red to blue-black as they mature. After learning there was a Viburnum, Missouri, I wanted to know why the town, incorporated in 1967, was called Viburnum. Most of the North American Viburnums have large seeds and a small amount of fruit. Also called Arrow-wood, as one Florida species is, the Neolithic Iceman, Oetiz (right) found frozen in the Alps in 1991, was carrying arrow shafts made from the Viburnum lantana. Dr. Mincher then chose Viburnum because he used the berries to make some of his medicines. Another edible viburnum, along with highbush cranberry, wild raisin, and nannyberry. There are about 120 species of Viburnum in North America and seven species in Missouri. Caprifoliaceae. There are 150 species of Viburnums, perhaps a couple of dozen more. Viburnums are found in temperate climates around the world, 18 natives to North America plus at least three imports. Fruits of the V. nudums were eaten by the Abernaki and Algonquin Indians. First you steam them over boiling water, when cool roll them between your fingers, let stand over night, then dry in an oven. Lastly, let me digress for a moment. Germination: Sow seed 1/4 inch deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed. Some say the term Viburnum comes from Dead Latin, others say no, some insist it means “Wayfaring Tree.” From the time of Virgil (70-19 BC) folks have mentioned Viburnums. This is the not edible Viburnum opulus - compare to the edible Viburnum trilobum above. The Viburnum nudum has opposit leaves. In fact there is some research that suggest it might have some anti-cancer properties. It is suspected that all Viburnums might have the coumarin glycoside. I saw some fruit on a Viburnum odoratissimum last year but did not think to try them after a bit of research did not turn up any glowing recommendations. Because of that the Romans called them Lantagenem. The leaves are use for tea from Viburnum cassinoides and Viburnum setigerum. The fruit is a wildlife favorite, luring in many birds to gulp down the berries. Another common landscape Viburnum is Viburnum suspensum. Learn how your comment data is processed. Many of these species produce edible fruit, but they are more prized as ornamental shrubs (Young 1992:352; Steyermark 1963). Sometimes Viburnums can be confused with Dogwoods, depending on the species and where you live. I finally talked with Eleven’s  elderly aunt several hundred miles away. It would be interesting to hear what you are able to find out about your dogwood. The name comes from the rusty brown hairs on the undersides of leaves, buds and stems. Suggest that Mr. Lerch try Cornus mas, Cornelian cherry. I made some inquiries and was directed to resources I had already read. Clusters of small, white flowers mature in early spring followed by a blue drupe that matures in fall. All rights reserved. Lastly, let me digress for a moment. Is the Viburnum Rufidulum toxic to goats? Viburnum prunifolium also contains salicin which when mixed with the acid of the stomach makes a crude aspirin. V. sargentii is not mentioned in any of my references regarding edibility. 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