This multi-stemmed tree has a nice upright shape.
In spring it is covered in white flowers, followed by editable fruit.
The fruit is adored by birds especially cedar waxwings.
The gray-green leaves turn vibrant shades of orange and red in the fall.
Interesting note: its name comes from when the shad fish run in June and the fruit of the tree ripen. The fruit can also be used to make pies and tea.
Fall Foliage: Orange-red
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nursery