Mohawk Viburnum has great appeal throughout the seasons. In early spring, glossy dark red flower buds appear. They open gradually into waxy pink-white flowers with an intoxicating spicy, clove fragrance.
Throughout the summer, the leathery, dark green leaves add texture to the garden. Then as the weather begins to cool, the foliage puts on a final show by turning a warm orange-red.
Grows in a naturally compact, rounded form, 7-8 feet tall and 5-6 feet wide. Can be pruned after flowering. Resistant to leaf spot and powdery mildew.
Plant in full sun or part shade where you can enjoy the delightful scent.