||This is a true find having fruit/berries that are two toned. They are reddish orange on the sun exposed side and yellowish on the shady side. A neat bi-colored selection I found in Coweta county, Ga. back in 2007. 'N3 Fuswvlke Toy-is' pronounced Foosh-waugay Dtoyis, which means, (My clan is Bird) in the Muscogee/Creek language. It has the normal growth habit of the species being approximately 12'x 12' at maturity. It is a real show piece when you walk around it seeing or showing to a friend it's bi-colored nature.