Viburnum plicatum var.
tomentosum, a deciduous bush or a small tree reaching 6m in
height, inhabits a damp forest such as a valley channel, spreading
the branches horizontally. The opposite leaves, 3.7cm in width and
5-12cm in length are oblong, the tip pointed, and the margin dully
serrated. This species bears a corymb on branches; some ornamental
white flowers surround many bisexual, tiny flowers in the center—the
decorative cuts into 5, one of the pieces minor. The fruit (drupe)
is oblong, matures red, and turns black to mature fully. Bloom time:
Bloom time: May-June.