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Pacific Serviceberry

Amelanchier alnifolia

Interesting Flower Provides edible fruit Easy to Maintain Native to Pacific Northwest Valuable to wildlife

Characteristics:
Deciduous shrub-tree with alternating oval to rounded leaves. Purple-black, sweet fruit and small, white flowers.

Growing Conditions:
Sun or part shade in most types of soil as long as there is good drainage.

Uses:
Can be used for erosion control. Bares sweet, purple fruit.

Height:
at maturity

Width:
at maturity

Shape:

Flowers:
Fragrant, small, white flowers.

Leaves:
Oval to rounded, alternating leaves with teeth along the outside. Leaves turn a golden-yellow in fall.

Bark:
Thin, light brown bark often with a red tint.

Native range north from California to Alaska and east to Nebraska and New Mexico.