Shade and Ornamental Trees: Amelanchier (Serviceberry)

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Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance'

Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is an upright, somewhat spreading selection making a good, small stature, caliper tree. In early spring the branches are covered with slightly fragrant white flower trusses. Bluish-green summer foliage starts with a purplish spring flush and finishes with a brilliant, brick red fall colour! Suitable for planting under power lines (6mH x 4.5mW). Good disease resistancy (leafspot). Berries ripen in early summer, hence the other common name "June Berry", and are great eaten fresh or in jams & jellies - if you can beat the birds to them!

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Cole'sSelect'

Cole Serviceberry puts on a show in early spring with its 5-petaled white flowers appearing before the leaves are out. The foliage of this selection is glossier and thicker than that of other Amelanchiers. This multi-stemmed tree is suitable for planting under power lines and makes a great background accent in the garden.

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Princess Diana'

Princess Diana Serviceberry is covered in white flowers in early spring followed by an abundance of purplish-blue edible berries in summer. Green foliage turns early in the season to present a long-lasting orange red fall colour show. Makes a good small stature caliper tree.

Amelanchier x grandiflora

Serviceberry is a multi-stemmed large shrub or small tree covered with small white flowers in trusses in early spring (April). It has edible berries in summer that turn from red to purplish blue/black. Amelanchier x grandiflora is a cross between two native species A. laevis and A. arborea.

Amelanchier laevis Spring Flurry

Spring Flurry Serviceberry meets all the requirements for a perfect street tree: upright oval tree with strong central leader, finely branched-covered with a flurry of white flower clusters in spring, followed by small, edible fruit; good green foliage turns orange/orange-red in fall. Fruit flavour is a mix of blueberry, apple and cherry!!!