Western Serviceberry

Amelanchier alnifolia

Native Pollinator

Fragrant white flowers bloom from spring to early summer and are followed by deep purple fruits that are attractive to birds. The blue-green foliage turns bright red and yellow in the fall. This is a good addition to a hedgerow or landscape area, as well as a useful restoration and habitat enhancement species. Its dense rhizomatous roots make it good for slope stabilization.

  • Mature height: 6′ to 15′
  • Mature width: 6′ to 15′
  • Light conditions: full sun to part sun
  • Soil: dry to moist
  • Sold in bundles of ten bare-root plants, 12″+ tall
  • $15.50 per bundle

Bare-root plants are dug when they are dormant and are sold with sawdust around the roots instead of soil.