Tolerant of dry and poorly drained soils;
Screens or shrub borders planted 4-8' aapart. Ripe fruits used in making jam, jelly, wine and pies.
Favored by squirrels, deer and migrating songbirds
August through October
New Hampshire (Plant parts toxic to humans)
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Available in Songbird/Wildlife Package.
Note: Some seedlings may be less than 6" or root stock.
In late June
NH State Forest Nursery |
Division of Forest and Lands
Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
172 Pembroke Road, Concord, NH 03301
(603) 796-2323 | fax: (603) 271-6488