Genus - Viburnum
Viburnum are commonly referred to by the genus name of Viburnum. It is a genus of over 150 species. The name is directly from classical Latin "Viburnum" used to describe the wayfaring tree. Some are evergreen and some are deciduous. Many have blooms that are extremely fragrant. Blooms are usually white or pink. The fruits are a main food source for birds. There are cultivars from 3' tall up to 20'.
Culture - Plant in full sun to light shade. Some species will tolerate a more moist soil. Flower buds set in late summer and autumn. No matter when you prune the cycle remains branch grows, buds set in late summer, bloom the following year.