This shrub is used as a screen, shrub border and for soil stabilization along waterways. The bark turns dark red in autumn. Leaves are oblong with pointed tips and turn dark red in the fall. Flowers are white and bloom in late May to early June. Fruit persists through fall and is a popular food for turkey, ruffed grouse, bobwhite, pheasant, and many other birds. Soil: tolerant of dry sites but prefers wet areas along streams and ponds. Light: full sun to light shade Height: 6′ to 10′ tall with an equal or greater spread Zones: 2-7
We’re excited to again offer larger stock this year – 3-4 feet height at pick-up.
Please note: we do NOT offer shipping. You must pick up your order in person at Green Mountain Orchards on Saturday, May 6 in Putney, Vermont.
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