Viburnum dilatatum is commonly called linden viburnum because its leaves resemble those of the linden tree (Tilia). .It is an upright to rounded, deciduous shrub that typically matures to 8-10’ tall and to 6-8’ wide. Creamy white flowers appear in late spring. Bright red fruits mature in late summer to early fall and persist on the shrub into early winter. Berries are attractive to birds. Leaves turn shades of bronze, burgundy and dull red in fall.
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