Form and Growth Characteristics: Plant Type - TreeGrowth Rate - Fast when development occurs from suckers; slow to medium on old wood.Mature Height - 15-25' can grow to 30-40'.Mature Width - 15-25' can grow to 30-40' in the wild.Longevity -
Ornamental Characteristics: Flower - Yellowish-green appears in June - July.Fruit - On female only, small hairy red drupes in conical 6-10" long panicles in August.Leaf - Fall Color - Florescent yellow, red, and orange.Bark - Gray and relatively smooth with conspicuous raised dotlike lenticels.Other Features - Once established generates quickly. Invasive.Possible Use - Season Of Interest -
Culture and Care: Care Requirements - Easily transplanted. Prefers a well-drained soil, tolerates very dry, sterile soil, tolerates city conditions. Suckers profusely and tends to form wide-spreading colonies. Can be rejuvenated by cutting to ground in later winter.Native Habitat - Zones 4-8, Quebec to Ontario, south to Georgia and Iowa.Diseases and Insects - None serious, although various wilts, leaf spots, rusts, aphids and mites have been noted. Vertcillium is often prevalent.Strength - Weakness -Plants of this taxon:
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