This attractive, round shrub has oval to round, waxy, coarsely-toothed leaves and clusters of white flowers from late spring to early summer, followed by clusters of orange-red fruits that turn shiny black in fall. Western viburnum foliage turns an attractive red in the fall. Birds eat the ripe fruits.
- Oak woodland
Mixed Hardwood-Conifer Forest or Woodland
- Mature Height:
- 3-9 ft.
- Shade Preference:
- Soil Tolerance:
- prefers dry soil conditions; can tolerate moist soil
- Special Uses:
- drought tolerant; attracts birds; attracts pollinators