Serviceberries are one of the first native trees to bloom in spring.

Serviceberries are one of the first native trees to bloom in spring.

Amelanchier lamarckii

Juneberry Single Stem

Serviceberry is a fine native shrub or small tree found in woods, along river banks and along rocky slopes. Clusters of fragrant white spring flowers are followed by purple-black, berrylike fruits favored by songbirds and people. Fall foliage is a blend of orange, gold, red and green.

Great native for smaller landscapes
Early white spring flower clusters
Provides food and cover for watchable wildlife

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Description

On Hand

Future

16557 S3-3 RPM 0 0
16558 S3-3CG RPM 0 0
16605 S3-5 RPM 0 0
16656 S3-15 RPM 0 0
17279 S3-1 RPM 249 0
17733 S3-15 RPM 59 0
19146 S3-5 RPM 0 0

More about Amelanchier lamarckii :

Serviceberry bears clusters of star-shaped white flowers in early spring followed by purple to black fruits.  Fall foliage is yellow to red.  Makes a good under story tree.

Juneberry Single Stem Growing and Maintenance Tips:

These plants tolerate some drought and some salt.  Will grow in dry soils but prefers well-drained, sandy or clay soils.   Do not restrict root zone or plant in poor, compacted soils.  The pH preference is acidic to slightly alkaline.

Produced using Forrest Keeling's patented RPM Root Production Method ® technology for exceptional growth and survivability.

 

Grow in part shade in average soil.

Height:

15-30 Feet

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Spread:

12-15 Feet

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Hardiness Zone:

4 - 8

Great Companion Plants for Amelanchier lamarckii
Characteristics & Attributes
Exposure
Partial Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
Average
Moist, Well-Drained
Attracts Wildlife
Upland Birds and Game
Butterflies
Songbirds
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Spring
Attributes
Wetlands and Streambank Stabilization
Midwest Native
Naturalizing
Specimen
Habit
Deciduous
Program
Grow Native!
MSD (Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District)
Plants of Merit