I love this plant! We have two of them in our back yard and they continue to delight us! One appears to be male and the other female as only one of the two plants sets red berries in the fall. This plant has a wonderful, graceful shape and appears to be very easy to care for. In the spring to summer it has tiny white flowers, and in the fall these become red berries that last until the following year. Plus, the leaves change to an assortment of green, yellow, orange and red in the fall and this lasts until the spring. They are evergreen too!
It is invading central Texas native landscapes. The berries are eaten by birds and dropped in natural areas. It takes over where natives where growing. Please do not use it anymore in Texas. Thank you!