AMELANCHIER LAEVIS 'CUMULUS', 1.75" RW
Amelanchier laevis, commomly called Allegheny serviceberry, is a small, deciduous, understory tree or tall shrub which is native to Eastern North America where it typically grows 15-25' tall. Features showy, 5-petaled, slightly fragrant, white flowers which appear in early spring before the leaves. Flowers give way to small, round, edible berries which ripen to dark purplish-black in June and resemble blueberries in size, color and taste. Berries are often used in jams, jellies and pies. Finely-toothed, obovate leaves emerge with a bronzish-purple tinge in spring, mature to lustrous dark green in summer and turn red-orange in fall. Growing zones 4-8.
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