Height: Native small tree usually grow to 15 ft tall but can grow up to 20 ft tall in ideal conditions.
Habitat: Full to partial sun; moist, well draining to dry soil; adaptable to most soil types.
Foliage: Green, alternate, round to oval in shape leafs, that turn beautiful shades of yellow to red in fall.
Flowers: Clusters of fragrant white flowers with five petals are large and showy in late spring. These flowers attract bees and butterflies.
Fruits: Edible deep purple berry-like fruits called pomes. These berries are good fresh and can also be made into jam and used in cooking.
Bark: Greenish bark has white patterns, matures to dark gray to reddish.
Natural Habitat: Common shrub in understory; rocky shorelines, bluffs, talus slopes, meadows, thickets, and forest edges; open areas, roadsides; low to middle elevations.
Why is it good for my garden? Serviceberry attracts birds, butterflies and lots of other pollinators to the garden. Serviceberry provides brilliance to the garden 3 out of the 4 seasons with wonderful blooming flowers followed by berries and leaves that will add color to your yard in the fall. The edible fruit can be eaten raw or prepared in a variety of ways and is said to have nutritional value similar to the content of blueberries. Serviceberry works well in partly sunny rain gardens.
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