Flat-topped clusters of fragrant white flowers bloom in spring and are a good source of nectar for butterflies, native bees, and other pollinators. Flowers give way to prolific blueberries that are loved by birds and other wildlife. The lustrous green leaves turn deep burgundy in the fall. Part of the University of Connecticut NativeStar® collection.
Thrives in full sun or partial sun. Tolerates a wide range of soil types. Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Prune for size and shape in winter