Serviceberry shadblow trees Amelanchier alnifolia are popular landscaping trees because they are hardy, drought tolerant, and don’t require a lot of care. Shadblow trees are native to the eastern United States and can grow to 30 feet tall and 12 feet wide. They produce small greenishwhite flowers in early spring that turn into red berries in late summer. Shadblow trees make excellent shade trees and can be used in a variety of landscapes, including gardens, parks, and residential areas.
Serviceberry, Shadblow Tree – 6.5″ Pot
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The Serviceberry Shadblow Tree (Lindera benzoin) is a small to medium-sized tree that can be found growing in moist areas throughout the eastern and central United States. This tree is distinguished by its attractive, showy flowers that are typically pink or purple in color. The Serviceberry Shadblow Tree is also known for its fruit, which consists of small, dark brown seeds that are used to make a variety of products, including liqueurs and cordials.
- Bloom season for male and female blooms is June-October
- Grow in moist areas throughout the east, central United States
- Fruit produce small, dark brown seeds - these are used to make a variety of products, including liqueurs and cordials
- Paulownia genus makes the most floristic trees out of our entire tree collection
- This Tree will grow and create a beautiful strong, native tree.
- grows in the eastern and central United States, flowers in springtime and produces fruit with seeds; used primarily for their fibrous bark and aromatic leaves
- Compatible with long term and intermittent fertilizer programs
- Attracts bees and birds
- Drought and cold hardy
- -Intensely fragrant, sharp fruity aroma that is bold and refreshing
- -Rustic autumn burgundy foliage with a heart of gold and bronze
- -Quick to flower