Beautiful multi-stemmed deciduous shrub produces clusters of ½" white flowers in April and May, clusters of edible black berries develop that are eagerly eaten by songbirds in late summer through fall, dark green oval leather leaves turn gorgeously orange/red in the fall, will tolerate irregular to seasonal inundation and acid soil, moderately salt tolerant, good Rain Garden plant.
6-12' tall (3-6' wide)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Other names: (Photinia melanocarpa)
Native Range: Newfoundland through s ON, south to MS and the GA mountains
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