We started talking and he told stories of trees so full of ripe fruit that their branches sagged dangerously. And apparently some of the Kousas were even reblooming. I had to see it so I stopped by after work. It was as George had described. I ate a couple dozen fruit....good flavor, juicier than usual, but still with a distinctly mealy texture. On balance they were tasty. And Cornus kousa 'Gold Spot' was flowering as advertised; not just a flower here and there, but heavy with blooms. George says it has done this three years in a row and still retained enough buds to flower nicely in the spring.