Height: 20-25 Feet
Width: 6-10 Feet
The Celastrus Diane is the female variety of a vine that is commonly called ‘Bittersweet’. The plant has large green foliage that turns bright yellow in the fall. This plant produces clusters of small light green flowers, when a male is present for pollination those flowers transform into berries. When the berries are produced they are green, then turn yellow as the they ripen and literally burst into orange and red in the fall. This plant has a long blooming season beginning in late spring carrying into early fall, it can grow in all soil types and can handle full sun to part shade.
Pollination: This is the female variety and will require a male variety to produce berries. One male plant can pollinate up to five female plants.