oblong, elliptic, ovate, rhombic
April - November
Easily propagated by seeds planted in the fall, by green or hardwood cuttings taken during the late spring or summer, and by grafting.
Fruit is eaten by cedar waxwing and others.
Restricted to states with subtropical climates (coastal states). It is found most commonly on fence rows, forest edges and invading forest gaps.
Low woods and waste places, fence rows, thickets, and about old home sites.