|This is an upright, deciduous tree or large shrub, to 25 feet tall and 15 feet wide, grown for its ornamental leaves, brilliant orange-red fall color, and bright red berries. Leaves are deep blue-green, pinnate, to 6 inches long, with up to 15 elliptic, toothed leaflets. White flowers are borne in corymbs to 4 inches across, followed by round, bright red fruit. This hardy tree can tolerate heat or cold, strong winds and low humidity. Must have good drainage. Canker and fire blight may be a problem with this plant. Native to Newfoundland, Greenland, and the North East United States.