Common Name: cinnamon-leaved viburnum
Origin/Ecology: Native to western China
Habit: Evergreen shrub, produces basal growth, very broad, growing to 5 m.
Leaves: 3 main leaf veins, glossy, oval leaves up to 15 cm long.
Leaf Arrangement: opposite
Flowers and Fruit: Round clusters of tiny white flowers are produced in late spring, followed in late summer and autumn by oval black fruits.
Water Use, Soil: Well-drained soil.
Exposure: Part shade to full sun. Will get burns on leaf margins if too hot.
Landscape Uses: Attract birds, xeriscaping, group or mass planting, hedge row, mixed shrub border, spring interest, woodland margin, winter interest, small garden/space.