Nannyberry Viburnum- 5 for $12 or 50 for $110
Also known as Sheepberry. Medium growth 15 to 18 feet. (Up to 30 feet.) Spread 6 to 10 feet or more. Northeastern United States native shrub. Flat clusters of white flowers, late May. Purplish-black berries in fall and winter are good food for birds. Shiny dark green leaves turn purplish-red in fall. Suitable as a background screen, space 10 feet apart. A good wetland variety.
Zone: 3-7, 24"-36" tall
American Elderberry- 5 for $12 or 50 for $110
Vigorous fast-growing shrub to 10 feet in height. Spread 6 to 8 feet. Needs plenty of room to grow and is not considered a landscaping plant. Grown for its clusters of bluish-black berries, in late summer. Used for making jelly, preserves, and wine. They are also a food source for wildlife. Any type of soil. Wetland tolerant.
Zone: 3-9, 24"-36" tall
Silky Dogwood- 5 for $12 or 50 for $110
Silky dogwood is a large to medium-sized native shrub with Dense foliage that turns red in fall. Small flat clusters of yellowish-white flowers in late May, followed by blue or grayish berries in the fall. The bark is scarlet red in color all winter. A great four-season plant for a shrub border and very good for soil erosion on banks. Tolerates moist light exposure from full sun to full shade. Berries attract birds.
Zone: 4-8, 18"-24" tall