Clusters of white flowers are followed by colorful summer fruit, that change from shining pink to red, then becomes blue in late summer before turning black. Sometimes all of these colors are present in the same fruiting cluster. The berries are persistent and add winter interest before the birds gobble them up. The fall foliage is always colorful in shades orange, red and purple. For best cross-pollination and subsequent fruit display, plant shrubs in groups rather than as single specimens. This variety is useful as a pollinator for Viburnum ‘Winterthur’.