About the American Cranberrybush
This shrub can grow to 10 ft. Likes moist forests and forest edges. White flower clusters are quite showy. It has outstanding fall color. Not common, it is found in scattered locations in Washington State. Red to orange fruit can be processed for eating similar to regular cranberries. It is related to the sterile cultivated Snowball Viburnum but has “lacecap” fertile flowers.