Red, strawberry-like edible fruits develop as summer progresses. The fruit appeals to birds as well as humans (peel them and eat the soft, custard-like insides). It has a height and spread of 15 to 20 feet. The leaves have nice orange-red to scarlet color in the fall making Milky Way a multi-season gem for Zone 5-8 gardens. Milky Way’s white flowers age to pink; however, there are at least two pink blooming cultivars: ‘Satomi’ and ‘Beni Fuji’
What do you think? Should I plant ‘Milky Way’ instead of ‘Venus’?