Also spelled 'Prairie Fire'
Grows to 20' height and width
Upright, rounded crown
Showy dark pink flowers in spring
Small maroon fruit in autumn
Provides food for wildlife
Attractive dark reddish-brown stems provide winter interest
Disease and pest resistant
Very urban tolerant: tolerates soil compaction, drought, pollution, wounding, heavy pruning
Full sun to part sun
Prefers moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil; but adaptable to poor soils and various pHs
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