A seedling selection from a plant in Poland by Donald Egolf in 1952. Creamy, white, prolific flowers are followed by berries turning red, then black, giving further autumn interest. Mohican has a wonderful dense habit and the original plant was 9 feet after 15 years. Hardy, deciduous, full sun/part shade.
Position: In Full sun, Sun or semi shade
Height: Up to 250cm
Spread: Up to 250cm
Pruning not necessary, trim out dead wood after flowering.
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