|'Harbor Dwarf' is a graceful and well-regarded variety, with dense and spreading foliage that turns burgundy-red in winter. The mature height may reach three feet, but with a wider and denser spread. This is an upright shrub with evergreen leaves that are pinate to 3-pinate, with lance-shaped leaflets. Bears conical panicles, to 16 inches long, of small star-shaped, white flowers with large, yellow anthers. Red berry-like clusters are persistant through winter and can be used in arrangements or eaten by birds.
Found along the foundation of older homes, you may inherit a plant that needs some selective pruning. Do not whack the entire plant back so that all canes are the same height. Selectively prune, staggering the heights of each cane.