Viburnum prunifolium, common name Blackhaw Viburnum. Blackhaw viburnum is easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. As a shrub, blackhaw viburnum typically grows 10-12 feet tall with 6-8 feet of spread. White flowers in flat-topped clusters up to 5 inches across appear in spring followed in the fall by blue-black, berry-like droops that will persist through winter, valued by birds and other wildlife. The fruit is edible and is used to make berries and preserves. Use in the landscape as a small specimen tree or large specimen shrub. This shrub has glossy, finely toothed leaves up to 4 inches long. Plant with asters and black-eyed susans.