Chinese Snowball Viburnum. With its arge flower heads in fall and spring convinces many that it is a large overgrown Hydrangea. Without a doubt, this is our number one selling Viburnum. It makes a large shrub of 10-20' and for us it is practically evergreen. Farther north it is deciduous. It sports HUGE flower heads of up to 8" in diameter, and in the South, it will flower in the fall as well as spring with sporadic blooming throughout the summer. During some of our fall seasons, it will flower so heavily that one would think there will not be left any buds to open in the spring. One of these in full flower in the garden center is hard to resist. What can I say, "WOW!" Easily grown in full sun to part shade. The last two photos are from the garden of plants-lady Mary Alice and her husband Bear Woodrum only five minutes from our nursery. The species is native to China.