Viburnum × rhytidophylloides
Upright, spreading shrub with slightly arching branches
Prefers full sun and moist soil
4 to 8 inches long
Flower bud tightly clustered like a cauliflower
Creamy white, unpleasant scent about 3 to 4 inches, flowering in Mid-May
Drupe, reddish changing to black in the fall
'Dart's Duke' - Large, leathery dark green foliage, 6 to 8 feet tall, white flowers.
'Holland' - One of the first named hybrids between the two species, raised about 1925.
'Willowwood' - Form with excellent lustrous, rugose, dark green foliage and an arching habit.