It is a natural deciduous shrub that grows up to 12 feet tall and broad in savannas, low, damp forests, and bogs. It favours acidic, wet, well-drained soils in the sun to part shade, although it is adaptable. The wavy-edged leaves on the other side are finer than those on some viburnums with good fall colour. The beautiful and fragrant flowers are arranged in flat-topped clusters and give birth to colourful berries. If you plant more than one shrub, you'll get the finest results. The bark is gray-brown in colour and has a few elevated warty lenticels.
Botanical Name : Viburnum cassinoides
Common Name : Possumhaw, Wild Raisin, Withe Rod
Height : 6-12 ft
Spread : 12 ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 60 days warm stratification followed by 90 cold .
Hardiness zone : 4-8
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1875