Many-stemmed spreading shrub with slender stems often arching bearing deeply lobed and toothed deciduous foliage. During the flowering season (May-August) the shrub is a complete mass of tiny fragrant creamy-white flowers arranged in large plumed clusters. Older bark is dark red to brown or gray and exfoliating.
Mature Height: 4-7'
Sun Exposure: Part-sun to Full shade
Soil Moisture: Dry to Moist Soils
Special Use Benefits:
- Attracts pollinators (insects, bees, or butterflies)
- Provides food or nesting for birds
- Provides cover, shelter, forage for wildlife (deer, squirrel, fish, etc.)
- Good for Erosion Control
- Oak Woodland
- Upland Prairie and Savanna
- Riparian Forests
- Bottomland Forests