6" to 12"
A large, leggy, poorly branched native shrub found in wooded, usually moist areas, competing with the rest of the underbrush. In cultivation it may assume a fully branched, reasonably dense form. Excellent orange-red fall color and red edible fruits that ripen in late summer to early fall..
No Major pest problems. Occasional injury by dogwood borers.
Conservation/Windbreaks - Medium to large shrub for farmstead windbreaks and riparian plantings.