This is a "semi-snowball" viburnum resulting from a cross between V. carlesii x V. bitchiuense.
It forms a rounded deciduous shrub, growing to approximately 2 metres.
It is loved for its fragrant white flowers in spring, which form in hemispherical clusters .
The green foliage may turn purple-red fall color. .
The flowers are followed by berry-like drupes which ripen from red to black from late summer to early autumn.
It performs best with protection from hot summer winds.