Another tough, native, suckering shrub frequently encountered along roadsides and other edge habitats in eastern North America. Exhibits bright green foliage which transforms to scarlet, orange and yellow in fall. Female plants bear a wonderful display of unique, brick-red, hairy fruit in early fall. The fruit display often remains effective well into the winter months. Plants sucker freely from underground stems making them ideal candidates for massing or naturalizing. Additionally, they are quick to establish and will tolerate well-drained soil in full sun.