- Bloom photos and other information here
- Mature height: 15 to 20 feet with a spread of 12 to 15 feet
- Light: Full sun to part shade
- Soil: Medium moist
- Bloom: Pink buds; small white spring flowers, fragrant
- Foliage: Deciduous blue-green; orange-red fall
- Landscape uses: Accent, border or understory tree; also good for foundation plantings, and can be grown as tall informal hedges or screens
- Pair with: Sweet Shrub, Flowering Dogwood, Arrowwood Viburnum
- Resistance: Deer (mild)
- Fun fact: The fruit has a look and taste similar to blueberries and can be eaten raw and used in jams and pies.
Serviceberry 'Autumn Brilliance'
A cross between Amelanchier arborea and Amelanchier laevis. Easily grown shrub or small tree produces beautiful white clusters of five-petaled flowers in the spring.
Deep red foliage and edible berries in the fall. Tolerates a wide range of soils and is a good choice for bird gardens.
Outstanding orange to red fall foliage.