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Serviceberries

These very winter hardy plants, also known as Saskatoons, make attractive ornamental shrubs or hedges and produce delicious edible fruit. Developed in Alberta and grown commercially in Canada, this tasty blueberry-like fruit is high in Vitamin C and great for eating fresh or making pies. Plants are pretty in all seasons, with attractive white flowers in spring and bright yellow foliage in fall. Train them as single stemmed trees or let them sucker and become multi-stemmed bushes or edible hedges. Plants tolerate a variety of soils, but prefer a neutral or slightly acid pH. They are self fertile and long-lived. USDA Zones 3-9. We offer healthy, well-rooted bushes.
  • Smokey Serviceberry
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    Smokey Serviceberry

    (Amelanchier alnifolia) The 3/4 inch blue black fruit is sweet and considered the most highly flavored serviceberry. The very productive plant can...

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  • Autumn Brillance Serviceberry
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    Autumn Brillance Serviceberry

    (Amelanchier grandiflora) It's called the apple serviceberry. Grow this beauty as a single or multi-stemmed 15-20' tree. In the spring, the pink bu...

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  • Thiessen Serviceberry
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    Thiessen Serviceberry

    (Amelanchier alnofolia) The largest fruiting cultivar available. It will grow to about 6-8' with an open, shrubby habit. Suckers moderately. It has...

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  • Northline Serviceberry
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    Northline Serviceberry

    This variety grows only 5-7’ tall and suckers profusely making a great winter hardy fruiting hedge. It produces loads of large, flavorful fruit at ...

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