The Pink Dawn Viburnum heralds the arrival of spring when in late winter her abundant clusters of deep reddish-pink buds open to soft pink flowers that exude an intoxicating, heavenly fragrance in the garden. In cold winter climates, flowers bloom on naked stems from late winter to early spring. In warm winter areas (including the South and Pacific Northwest coast), flowers bloom on naked stems from late fall to early spring. Cut a few flowers off to enjoy them indoors in your favorite vase. Following the flowers are clusters of red berries that turn to black by fall. The attractive, toothed, narrow-ovate leaves (2-4" long) emerge in spring with bronze tints maturing to deep green and then a lovely burgundy wine color in fall. Make sure to plant this one near patios, decks, porches and other outdoor areas where the fragrant flowers can be enjoyed from up close. Get all the details below!