Modest, round-crowned tree with intense fall color that becomes covered in numerous orange-red fruits through midwinter. The small, attractive fruit blends beautifully with the autumn leaves and attracts birds in the winter.
Prefers sun and protection from wind.
Late maturing fruit is attractive to birds.
25' at maturity
20' at maturity
Broadly oval to round
White clusters of five-petalled flowers cover the tree.
Glossy, deep green leaves turning orange to scarlet in the fall.
Slender and brown with small thorns.
Southeastern United States; Virginia to Alabama, west to Missouri.