A native to eastern North America, this small tree or multi-branched shrub produces edible nuts in fall. Showy male flowers appear in spring, in the form of elongated tan catkins, while the female flowers are reddish and inconspicuous. Foliage turns golden yellow to red to purple in autumn. The dense, low growth habit provides excellent habitat for birds and wildlife. Edible. Easy Care. Deer Resistant. North American Native Selection. Fall Color. Bird Friendly. Edible. Showy Fruit.
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