This quick growing and attractive deciduous tree produces a mass of tasty edible 'raisins'. These 'raisins' aren't technically a fruit, they actually develop from the flower stalk, which swells after flowering and becomes flesh and delicious and will fall to the ground in autumn.
Full sun, though they will tolerate some shade. Prefer free-draining soilsrich in organic matter.
Mix in compost and sheep pellets with the top soil when planting. .
Minimal pruning required. Prune after fruiting to maintain desired shape or to remove dead or damaged branches.
Feed in mid spring with sheep pellets and Ocean Grow.