Viburnum trilobum -- commonly called American cranberrybush -- is one of those shrubs that has it all. Its foliage and flowers are attractive, and it produces edible fruit that people actually eat. American cranberrybush makes an excellent specimen plant, and several can be grown as an effective hedge. It is typically grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 7, though some varieties, such as “Baily‘s Compact," is grown in zone 8. When American cranberrybush is left unpruned, it can reach up to 15 feet tall and 12 feet wide. Prune yours to keep its size and shape under control.