Tolerant of a variety of conditions. The fruit is popular with winter birds, especially cedar waxwings, mockingbirds and robins. Also attracts many butterflies including American snout, hackberry, mourning cloak, and tawny emperor. Well-suited to urban areas, it withstands wind and city conditions. Grows 40’-70’ with a 50’ spread. (Zones 3-9)
NATIVE TO THE U.S. LOWER 48.