Clusters of creamy white flowers in June and July are followed by persistent fruits that turn from pink to blue, this densely growing shrub has broad & shiny leaves that turn wine-red in fall, tolerates wet/mucky or acid soil, attracts honeybees, good rain garden plant, beautiful fruits are terrific wildlife (bird) food. 2 plants recommended for fruit set.
Plant Hardiness Zones:Zone 7a-9b
Native Range: RI to PA, south through w KY & TN to e TX and c FL. Rare in KY, CT, NY, PA, & RI
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