Cranberry Viburnum is often found in swampy woods, bogs, and moist low places. It has a dense, rounded and spreading form. The lace-like white flowers have both fertile and sterile florets that that produce cranberry-like berries. The foliage resembles a maple with its three-lobes. The cranberry-like berries are sour, but edible. They can be used to make jams and jellies before the frost causes them to wither. Cranberry viburnum can be used as a shrub border, hedge, or a screen in the landscape. This plant is a favored food source for the Rose Hooktip Moth (pictured above).