To 40′ (typically 20′ – 30′) with 12′ – 14′ spread
Habit of growth
Small tree which grows naturally with multi trunks but can be grown with a single trunk; oval to pyramidal shaped canopy
Full sun to partial shade
Tolerant of a wide range of soils; acidic to alkaline soils; clay or sandy soils
Grows best with adequate moisture; will tolerate flooding or drought
Zones 7 – 11
This tough native tree, with bright red berries, attracts wildlife and is a good choice for confined urban spaces where hardscape borders are of concern.