|Grown for its ornamental leaves, great red or yellow fall color, flowers, and red-orange berries. Leaves are dark green, pinnate, 8 inches long, with up to 12 lance-shaped leaflets which are sharply toothed. White flowers are borne in corymbs to 5 inches across followed by round, 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. 'Coral Fire' produces bright red fall color, coral-red fruits with thick dark green leaves. This cultivar was introduced by Pacific Coast Nursery and considered a S.hupehensis selection.