|Viburnum x carlcephalum is a hybrid between V. carlessii and V. macrocephalumvar. It grows from 6 to 10 feet in height with an equal spread, open and loose growth habit. The glossy dark green foliage turns reddish purple in fall.
Fragrant white flowers open from pink buds in late spring on 5 inch, somewhat irreguarly shaped cymes. A red to black fruit is produced in fall, not terribly decorative. Of the semi-snowball types it is the last to flower.