'Aurora' Koreanspice Viburnum has bigger flowers than the species, without sacrificing the wonderful spicy fragrance and the compact habit. The blooms start as rose-red in bud, opening to 5" white snowballs in April and May. The neat green deciduous foliage takes on lovely shades of burgundy and wine-red in the fall. Fruit is red in late summer, turning to black in the fall. before birds gobble it up. 'Aurora' Koreanspice Viburnum received the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Merit, and was the result of years of selection by Leslie Slinger of Ireland.