The leaves are ovate with clearly visible veins. The leaf veins on he back of the page are bright green. The petiole is short and reddish brown.
The flowers are in whitish-greenish patches with up to 20 triangular tapered single flowers.
The fruits are pea-sized berries that are first red and black in the fall. The fruits still hang on the bush in winter.
The main branches are erect and slightly branched. The bark of the branches is brown-reddish.
Planting in groups, embankment plant