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Height and spread 6 to 12 feet. One of the best deciduous plants for fall and winter color. Female plants produce bright red berries in profusion in early fall while leaves are still green and remain until mid-winter after leaf drop. Berried stems often used in seasonal dried arrangements. Late fall foliage color is yellow. Likes acid soil. Will tolerate wet, swampy conditions. Native to northeastern United States. As these plants are grown from seed, we cannot distinguish between male and female plants. Therefore, you should plant at least 5 to ensure pollination. Very good shrub as a screen or background. Attracts winter song birds. (5 yr, 12-24 in.)