Serviceberry is a native small multi-stem tree, typically found at the edge of a woodland. This bush has smooth gray bark and white flowers, that bloom in May. Serviceberry has edible fruit that will ripen in June. The leaves are a gorgeous red-orange color in the fall if it is planted in a sunny area. Serviceberry is used for wildlife and has been used in pies as well. It is a slow growing shrub.
Plant Size: 1 qt, 1 gal, 3 gal
Mature Height: Grows 6-20'
Sunlight: Full sun-Partial shade
Moisture: Dry-Moist soil