Productive and decorative! A handsome bush with three seasons of interest: white, pink-tinged spring flowers; large, light blue summer fruit; and vibrant orange and yellow fall foliage. The large berries, often reaching the size of quarters, are produced in great abundance and have a delicious, tangy-sweet flavor. Blooms late to avoid spring frosts. Also makes a very attractive and decorative hedge! Early season. Originates from Beltsville, Maryland, introduced in 1985. Cold-hardy. Ripens late May. Self-pollinating.