Because its leaves mimic those of the linden tree, Viburnum dilatatum is often known as linden viburnum. It is found in China, Korea, and Japan in open forests, forest borders, lowlands, slopes, and scrubby places. It's a deciduous shrub that grows to be 8-10 feet tall and 6-8 feet broad when fully grown. Late in the spring, beautiful, domed clusters of creamy white blooms develop (May to early June). Flowers give birth to ovoid brilliant red fruits that ripen in late summer to early fall and stay on the shrub well into the winter. Birds are attracted to berries.
Botanical Name : Viburnum dilatatum
Common Name : Linden Arrowwood, Linden Viburnum
Height : 15 ft
Spread : 10ft
Germination Info : Seed requires 6-9 Months warm stratification followed by 60-90 days cold
Hardiness zone : 4-7
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1563