Lovely evergreen, small yellow flowers in the spring followed by fantastic bunches of blue fruits in winter, great nesting tree, fruits are eagerly eaten by a whole variety of birds (Cedar Waxwing, Northern Mockingbird, Northern Flicker, Evening Grosbeak, Mourning Dove…), host plant for Olive Juniper Hairstreak (Callophrys gryneus) butterfly caterpillars, highly salt tolerant, drought tolerant, good rain garden plant, suitable for Bonsai.
15-60' tall (3-12' wide)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-9b
Native Range: NS to s ON, south to through e CO to e TX and s FL
Germination - Difficult: Sow outdoors in fall or cold stratify for 4 months. May take 2 seasons to germinate
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