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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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Hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

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rwp84

Date

September 14, 2014

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Hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

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rwp84

Date

September 17, 2014

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Hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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charlie

Date

September 16, 2014 02:07 PM EDT

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Hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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charlie

Date

September 14, 2014 03:13 PM EDT

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Hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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charlie

Date

September 12, 2014 02:42 PM EDT

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Hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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charlie

Date

September 12, 2014 11:11 AM EDT

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Hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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charlie

Date

August 30, 2014 12:59 PM EDT

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Hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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charlie

Date

August 22, 2014 01:32 PM EDT

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hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

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kueda

Date

July 30, 2014 10:19 AM EDT

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annwf

Date

July 30, 2014 12:04 PM EDT

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hobblebush Viburnum lantanoides

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kpmcfarland

Date

July 26, 2014 11:58 AM EDT

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hobble Viburnum lantanoides

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susanelliott

Date

July 22, 2014
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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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