No other shrub has this unusually colored fruit. The berries form after light pink blooms appear along the arching branches in late summer. Light green foliage. Fast growing. Attractive to birds, wildlife….and people, too.
- Clusters of amethyst-colored berries.
- Missouri native shrub
- Arching branches and a loose, open habit
Light green foliage.
Prune quite short in early spring.