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‘Conoy’ is a selection from the cross of V. utile with V. x burkwoodii ‘Park Farm Hybrid’ made in 1968 by Dr. Donald Egolf at the U.S. National Arboretum. ‘Conoy’ is distinguished from other Burkwood viburnum cultivars by its compact growth habit, fine-textured, evergreen foliage (in zone 7 and greater), and persistent, abundant, glossy red fruit for approximately 6-8 weeks in the fall. Dark pink buds open to abundant slightly fragrant, cream-white flowers in late April.