Landscaping: Shadblow Serviceberry is a deciduous early flowering small tree with multi-trunks. Best planted in woodland, naturalized or native plant gardens. Showy white flowers appear in early spring before the leaves emerge. Dark green leaves change to orange-red in the fall.
Wildlife: Birds and small rodents enjoy eating the berries.
Economic: Crimson-colored edible berries ripen in June and are used in jams, jellies and pies.
Contributed by: Lady Bird Johnson Native Plants Database and Missouri Botanical Garden Plant Finder
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