Two varieties of Viburnum are in flower at the moment, the one to the front is Viburnum. opulus var. opulus (European Guelder Rose), the taller one behind, is a North American native – Viburnum. opulus var. americanum aka V. trilobium (High-bush Cranberry). Gorgeous complex flowers followed later by bunches of bright red berries that the birds love – some hang on into the winter snows when the birds and squirrels need them even more.
The small white flowers at ground level on the left are Anemone canadensis.
Unfortunately ours produces fruits but bird don’t like them
Depends on the variety … what the birds dont eat in summer the squirrels will have in the snow. High-bush Cranberry is more popular with the birds and Guelder Rose with the squirrels.