The 2022 Kitsap Conservation District Plant Sale is now closed. See you in December for next year's Plant Sale!

American Cranberry

Viburnum opulus

Native Pollinator

Six-inch wide clusters of showy white flowers bloom from late spring to mid-summer. Translucent red fruits follow and often remain on the shrub through fall, complementing the stunning fall foliage. This arching shrub is a fabulous addition to a wildlife garden, hedgerow or yard. Note: This native shrub is not a true cranberry. The cranberries we eat at Thanksgiving and string at Christmas grow on a plant called Vaccinium macrocarpon.

  • Mature height: 12′
  • Mature width: 12′
  • Light conditions: sun to part shade
  • Soil: moist to wet
  • Sold in bundles of ten bare-root plants, 3″-6″ tall
  • $24.20 per bundle

Bare-root plants are dug when they are dormant and are sold without soil around the roots, packaged in plastic bags to keep them moist.