A spring bloomer with unique four season interest. Not good to transplant once in the ground, since it has a taproot. It will also grow in a drier soil once established. Trees will grow from 6-12" per year. Also known as Tupelo, the tree does produce a black-berried fruit in late summer that is enjoyed by the birds. It also has a brilliant fall color and is one of the first trees to turn color in the fall. food source for birds.
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