Rusty black-haw is large shrub/small tree native to the Southeast from Kansas to Florida. It has large (2-4") glossy leaves with rusty looking trichomes (hairs) on the petioles and young shoots. The white flowers occur in flat-topped clusters typical of viburnums. The fruit are black and berry-like. If they aren't eaten by wildlife, they dry up into little "raisins". The leaves turn colors in the fall although the picture I have depicting the fall color was taken in Austin and the specimens in Friendswood may vary slightly.