Shoshoni Viburnum. Yet another one of the great National Arboretum introductions which is a compact version of 'Shasta'. At 17 years, the parent plant is 5' high with an 8' spread. Really an awesome sight. The great attributes of this selection can't be overstated. With other clones nearby for cross pollination, it will set red berries which mature to black. Grow in full sun to part shade. Where space is at a premium, this is the plant.