|Viburnum wrightii is similar to V. dilatatum, with larger more showy leaves. The habit is rounded, 6 to 10 feet high, dark foliage has an almost metallic sheen, turning red in the fall.
The small white flowers are borne on 3 to 5 inch cymes, are intensely fragrant and cover the shrub during bloom time. The fruit is a roundish drupe, quite red and showy. Native to Japan.