Viburnum × burkwoodii, commonly called Burkwood viburnum, is a densely-branched, multi-stemmed shrub. Features fragrant white flowers arranged in flat-topped cymes (2-4" wide) in April. Flowers are followed by pendulous clusters of red berry-like drupes which ripen black. Fruit is not particularly showy. Ovate, glossy dark green leaves (to 4" long) turn maroon in fall,
Height: 8 - 10'
Spread: 8 - 10'
Spacing: 8 - 10'
Exposure: Part Sun (4 to 6 Hours) or Full Sun (6+ Hours)