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Plant Profile: Black Haw

Viburnum prunifolium

Also, Known As:

  • American Sloe
  • Black Haw
  • King’s Crown
  • Sheepberry
  • Snowball Tree
  • Stagbush

The American plant known as the black haw is native to the American continent, and it is believed to have been in traditional use for the preparation of many types of herbal remedies as well as a source of food by the original Native Americans – though documentation is scarce. 1,261 more words


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