Amelanchier Utahensis Utah Serviceberry 3 Plants!

Price: $18.50


Features:
  • Large deciduous drought tolerant shrub to 15' but usually less and can be held at any height.
  • There are many types of "Serviceberry", but this is the true native seen in the west! Very drought tolerant and grows in poor soils. An absolute must have for any water wise landscape!
  • It is native to hills and canyons from Colorado to the Grand Canyon to 9000ft.


Downy Serviceberry Tree NORTH and SOUTH Hardy fruit shrub berry LIVE PLANT

Downy Serviceberry Tree NORTH and SOUTH Hardy fruit shrub berry LIVE PLANT

Price: $35.07


Features:
  • 1 that is hardy in the South and can take the summer heat and humidity. Well, Downy serviceberry is that plant.
  • These plants are hardy from zone 4 to 9. These seedlings are now 12-18 inches tall They grow best in full sun but can take some shade.
  • This Plant grows naturally from the upper midwest to the Gulf Coast. Making it a cold and heat hardy serviceberry




Shadblow Serviceberry Clumped Form, white flowering plant in 3 Gallon pot - Amelanchier Canadensis

Price: $45.99


Features:
  • For best results, plant in USDA Zones 4-8. Mature height is 15-20ft, mature spread is 8-12ft
  • Plant will be dormant (no leaves) late Fall through the Winter months, this is normal. It will leaf out in Spring
  • One of the first trees to bloom in spring, this selection has fragrant, White flowers. Its fall foliage is Orange, gold, and Red. Clumps of stems provide a strong base


Allegheny serviceberry blueberry flavored fruit tree Edible berries LIVE PLANT

Allegheny serviceberry blueberry flavored fruit tree Edible berries LIVE PLANT

Price: $29.95


Features:
  • These large shrubs or small trees are well know for their fine sweet blue/purple berries. The fruits look and taste similar to blueberries but do not require acidic soil to grow like blueberries. They may grow to 20 feet tall and begins setting fruit in 2-4 years after planting. These seedlings are adaptable both north and south and are hardy from zone 4-8. These are starter seedlings are 6-12 inches tall. Heat Tolerant serviceberry.
  • Allegheny serviceberry blueberry flavored fruit tree Edible berries LIVE PLANT

Serviceberry - Shadbush - Amelanchier - N American native flowering tree

Amelanchier, also known as Serviceberry or Shadbush is being rediscovered, and with good reason. A North American native, serviceberry has something to offer at almost all times of the year:...

Annual tree seedling and native plant sale underway - Record Herald

The Fayette Soil & Water Conservation District (Fayette SWCD) is holding its seventh-annual seedling tree and native plant sale.

Members of the public have the opportunity to purchase tree seedlings at very reasonable prices. “We have a nice variety of trees again this year, including flowering, edible, wildlife, wet areas, and pollinators,” said Chet Murphy, director of Fayette...

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  2. Ask the Expert: Several trees will attract birds and bees
    One of my favorites is serviceberry, Amalanchier. This native-Ohio tree has beautiful growth characteristics; nice, fall color; provides pollen and nectar for bees and other pollinators; and offers delightful berries for the birds (or for the homeowner
  3. The Winchester Star City, utility to replace trees
    Examples of appropriate trees, she said, include all native flowering species — dogwood, redbud, serviceberry and more. “This partnership also pulls in Reading Landscapes [in Frederick County],” Jenkins said. “They've agreed to work with us and supply 
  4. newportri.com Energy-saving program to provide free trees to Rhode Islanders
    The trees come as one-gallon potted saplings in four varieties: Shadblow Serviceberry, River Burch, Tuliptree and Blackgum. The trees will be mailed to participant's homes in mid-October. Registration opens on Monday and is required to reserve a tree.
  5. KIMT 3 Alliant Energy customers can purchase trees through "Operation ReLeaf"
    Trees available for purchase include River Birch, Northern Pecan, Star Magnolia, Hackberry, Bigtooth Aspen, Black Hills Spruce, Kentucky Coffeetree, Silver Linden, Dawn Redwood, Swamp White Oak, Serviceberry, Bur Oak, and Eastern Redbud. Customers 

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  1. The serviceberries (Amelanchier spp.) are deciduous trees and shrubs that bear lovely white flowers, purple fruit and have leaves that change in fall.
  2. Amelanchier alnifolia, the saskatoon, Pacific serviceberry, western serviceberry, alder-leaf shadbush, dwarf shadbush, chuckley pear, or western juneberry, is a shrub with edible berry-like fruit, native to North America from Alaska across most of western Canada and in the western and north-central United States.
  3. Allegheny serviceberry is a small native understory tree with four-season interest. The early white spring flowers, outstanding orange-red fall color, and striking gray bark make it a lovely specimen for any landscape.
  4. Shadblow serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis), also known as Canadian serviceberry or Juneberry, is a large, multi-trunked shrub that can grow up to 30 feet tall.
  5. Bursting with white flowers in the spring time, this small tree will fit into any sized landscape. It is grown either in a single stem tree or a multiple stemmed large shrub which is suitable for accent planting or privacy screening.
serviceberry tree flower
Serviceberry Flowers These are from my serviceberry tree. In a couple of months, it will have quite a crop of berries, all of whom will be gobbled up by the birds.
Photo by David441491 on Flickr

serviceberry tree flower
Serviceberry Flowers These are from my serviceberry tree. In a couple of months, it will have quite a crop of berries, all of whom will be gobbled up by the birds.
Photo by David441491 on Flickr

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Fall color on the serviceberry tree
Photo by Crawford Brian on Flickr