The large flat flower clusters are quite appealing and good pollinator attractors.
This is a good, carefree species once established.
The leaves are similar (but smaller) to Striped Maple and Mountain Maple but the flowers are not.
Maple-leaf Viburnum near base of Great Blue Hill Canton MA
Growing in a shaded, dry area of our woods.
Camera flash went off because it was in the evening and too dark, but it does show the leaf well.
Seeds formed about 6 weeks after my first photo in June.
Maple-Leaf Viburnum with seeds in early September
Late October, Pennsylvania
Beautiful in the fall too.
Foliage and green fruit.
Berries ripe already. October in North Georgia.
beautiful red leaves seem to highlight the berries.
A young but blooming specimen wild in a woodland edge in se PA in late May 2014
A single flower cluster in late May 2014 at the top of the young shrub in se PA
The foliage of a full-grown shrub in June 2014 at Jenkins Arboretum in se PA
A full-grown shrub at Jenkins Arboretum in se PA in June 2014
A nice mass of Mapleleaf Viburnums along a path at Jenkins Arboretum in se PA in June 2014
A specimen at Jenkins Arboretum in fall color in Oct 2014, where there is some sun
A specimen at Jenkins Arboretum with pinkish fall color in shade in October 2014
Autumn foliage in shade with pinkish color in se PA in October 2014
Photo taken June 3 in Massachusetts Zone 5B. Large 4HX6W wild specimen on woodland border.