There is an 1 m high and wide viburnum in my garden. It is in its second year in my garden, but it looks to me 4 or even 5 years old. It is still gradually growing.
The story of the seller (the owner of a small nursery): He says that he got it because a customer required that particular kind of viburnum, but the customer meanwhile changed his mind, so this was a kind of leftover plant in the nursery, and the only of its kind. However, he was not able to tell me its latin name. The price was good, I bought it, and the plant surprizingly liked very much its new 85% sunny place in my garden, and the rich clay it was dropped in.
Here are photos:
The underside of a leaf:
Its first and ONLY flower:
Continental Europe, zone 7a. Photos taken today, at sunset.
Can you perhaps decipher the latin name of this plant?