Japanese Double File Viburnum

Japanese Double File Viburnum, also commonly know as a Japanese snowball bush blooms profusely in mid- to late spring, with white flowers held in flat-toped clusters, called cymes, reaching 4 inches wide. On many varieties the cymes contain showy, 5-petaled infertile flowers that surround small, visually insignificant fertile flowers. Small oval fruits mature in late summer on the Japanese Double File Viburnum, turning from red to black as birds love the fruit of this viburnum.

-Zones: 5-8
-Partial to Full Sun
-Mature size: 6ft tall by 10ft wide
-Deciduous Plant