A hybrid Viburnum developed at the University of Minnesota in 1994. A cross between V. x rhytidophylloides ëAlleghany' and V. burejaeticum. Similar to Viburnum lantana in flower and fruit, but with slightly smaller, glossier foliage and a more compact, rounded habit. May be more resistant to the Viburnum leaf beetle as the beetle doesn't like wooly leaves. A MNRC introduction. Pride of KS Plants 2002.