(Syn. Viburnum trilobum) A deciduous viburnum native to much of North America. Grows 6′-10′ high and wide. Flat clusters of white flowers in spring are followed by small red, cranberry like berries that persist into winter and are good wildlife food. Fall foliage color is good, often a range of orange to red. Tolerates wet soil, sun to partial shade.
Hardy to Zone 2