Size 6-26 feet both height and width - (Grows similar to a Sumac)
Soil - loam to clay to sandy
Sun - full sun, partial sun
Forest Garden Use - Shrub or Sub-canopy layer
Yes, this will be a favorite addition to my plantings. The edible flowers themselves look fantastic! Young leaves are edible as well and they produce a seed pod with nuts or "nut-lets" which can taste like macadamia nuts or hazelnuts. (Ok so there is a big difference between those nuts) Never-the-less, I would guess it depends how they are prepared. It is advisable to pick nuts before they are fully ripe so you can beat the squirrels to them!