Full Sun, Part Shade
Medium Water

Mature Size: 12-18’X 10-15’
Blooming Season: Early Spring
Flower Color: Yellow-Green

Depending upon your landscape needs and preferences, this native species can be pruned upward to form an attractive small tree or left in its natural, rounded shrub-like shape. The bark of its multiple trunks is a smooth pale gray, and its branches fork at odd, interesting angles. Clusters of small yellowish green flowers appear early in spring; female plants produce small fruits that attract song-birds. Tolerates drought, but does best when roots receive a deep soaking once or twice a month.