A larger growing species, the Nannyberry Viburnum can be grown as a large shrub from 10 to 18 feet tall or lower branches can be removed to form a very attractive small to medium sized single or multi stemmed tree that might reach up to 25 feet in height. Its stems are clothed in ovate, finely toothed, lustrous dark green leaves with a lighter underside, which turn reddish-purple-marron in the fall. Abundant, dome-shaped flat-top clusters of showy white flowers appear in late spring which are followed by blue-black berries the birds and other wildlife will thank you for. What's more, the fruits are edible and can be picked and eaten right off the bush when ripe! Get all the details below!