Classification
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  • Scientific Names
    • Viburnum lantanoides
    • Viburnum alnifolium
  • English
    • hobblebush
    • moosewood
    • witch-hobble
    • hobble
  • Vermont Flora Codes
    • VIBLAN

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Recent observations

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What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

mainebirder

Date

September 10, 2010

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No photos or sounds

Observer

syoung

Date

June 14, 2012

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No photos or sounds

Observer

jgoren46

Date

June 15, 2012

Photos / Sounds

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

kieran

Date

March 28, 2015 10:50 AM EDT

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No photos or sounds

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

thompsonae

Date

the past

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

woodsprite

Date

September 9, 2013 10:05 AM EDT

Description

On the way to Mt. Treadway from Putnam Pond

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

kylejones

Date

March 6, 2015 02:33 PM EST

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

kylejones

Date

February 13, 2015 11:13 AM EST

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Square

Observer

eraskin

Date

January 20, 2015

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Date

September 14, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

erikamitchell

Date

May 6, 2012 12:51 PM EDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

Observer

erikamitchell

Date

April 28, 2012 08:43 AM EDT
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Description from Wikipedia

Viburnum lantanoides (also called Hobblebush, Witch-hobble, and Moosewood) is a perennial shrub of the family Adoxaceae growing 2–4 meters (6–12 ft) high with pendulous branches that take root where they touch the ground. These rooted branches form obstacles which easily trip (or hobble) walkers – hence the common name.

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Conservation Summary

No range data available.