Known and adored for its elegant beauty in form, flowering. and fall foliage color, the Japanese Doublefile Viburnum is one of the showiest flowering shrubs in our gardens. Forming a broad vase shape shrub about 8 feet tall and 10 feet wide, the branches are layered horizontally and clothed in handsome, deeply veined, dark green leaves through the season that turn to attractive wine, maroon and burgundy shades with the arrival of cool temperatures in fall. In mid to late spring, abundant and extremely showy lacecap clusters of pure white flowers nearly cover the branches and foliage. One of those flowering shrubs that will always have you looking forward to spring for flowers and fall for foliage color. Get all the details below!