|Viburnum sieboldii is a rugged open shrub or small tree, height varies from 15 to 30 feet. The clean, lustrous dark green foliage persist on the plant until late autumn, fall color is inconsistent, but may be purplish red. White flowers are extremely abundant in 3 to 6 iches, cyme-like panicles, almost obscuring the foliage in late spring. The oval drupe is rose red, changing to black, fall fruiting, quite dramatic, also loved by birds.
Not very tolerant of dry situations, developing leaf scorch. Not troubled by pests, multi-use shrub. Native to Japan.