White summer flowers will produce blue-black berries in the fall if planted near another Arrowwood viburnum. This variety was selected for its graceful vase-like shape and yellow-orange-red-burgundy fall color.
Prefers well-drained soils but is adaptable to most. May sucker; prune off suckers at any time. Prune to shape after flowering,. Note that the plant will not produce fall fruit if flowers are removed.