Its beautiful white flower clusters appear and spread a fragrance that envelopes a good portion of our backyard. The flowers will eventually turn into dark reddish to black fruits perfect for the birds to feast upon in late summer and fall (if they last that long). 'Mohawk' is a result of Viburnum x burkwoodii being back crossed to a Viburnum carlesii.
|A Plant Propagation Note|
|Viburnum x burkwoodii 'Mohawk' will propagate from cuttings taken in early spring through summer. Hardwood cuttings are also effective.|