Now that Spring has arrived, we're enjoying the site and scent of Korean spice viburnum (Viburnum carlesii). A deciduous shrub, Korean spice viburnum grows to between 4 and 6 feet tall, and just as wide. The show begins in early spring, when the plant begins to reveal pink buds. Once bloomed, the plant features bunches of white flower buds which are notable for their strong fragrance. Later, in summer, the plant develops red berries which mature to a darker brownish hue in fall just as the leaves turn to their red (and later purple) fall color.