maple-leaf viburnum


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map·le-leaf viburnum

(mā′pəl-lēf′)
n.
A deciduous shrub (Viburnum acerifolium) of eastern North America, having lobed leaves, clusters of white flowers, and blue-black fruit.
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In addition to the comfort and information station and other improvements, native plantings have been integrated into the redesign and focus on species found in or near the Park, including: meadow plantings with a wide diversity of grasses and flowers; shrubs such as spicebush, indigo bush, witch hazel and maple-leaf viburnum; and trees such as cucumber magnolia, chinquapin oak, pagoda dogwood, eastern red cedar and basswood.