They also call it the Birchleaf Viburnum. The foliage is dark green and birch-like. The leaves are about 10cm or 4in long. It produces clusters or corymbs of small white flowers in late spring. They are slightly fragrant. The flowers are followed by glossy red berries in autumn. Red berries are ovoid in shape and 1/4in or about 60mm in size.
How to grow Viburnum betulifolium:
Grow Viburnum betulifolium in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in humus-rich, moderately fertile, and well-drained soil. Propagate by softwood cuttings. Watch out for aphids, viburnum beetle, or leaf spot.