||This is a selected form of the species for its more robust branching, glossy foliage and fall color. Deciduous and fast growing Viburnum nudum prefers wet sunny locations, but can also tolerate drier conditions. It usually matures to 6"High x 8'Wide, but can reach 10'High under ideal growing conditions, rich moist soils. The flowers in June to early July are creamy white cymes (flat head clusters) 2" to 5" in diameter. In the fall the leaves turn red to reddish purple and the fruit are also attractive beginning a green color and turning pink, red, purple, and when fully ripe they turn almost black attracting many species of birds.