Chindo Japanese Viburnum. Take all of the characteristics of the species and add flowers and fruit at a younger age. Clusters of small white flowers followed by red berries. Dr. J. C. Raulston brought this selection back from Korea where it was found growing in a school yard on Chindo Island. I truly believe that one would get better fruit set if another clone was nearby for cross pollination. This holds true with most if not all Viburnums. It has survived in Raleigh, NC, hence zones 7b-9. There is a form growing at Disney World in central FL which has wider leaves and looks quite robust, but it has killed to the ground here in moderate winters. It would definitely be a zone 9-10 selection.