Amelanchier sanguinea (Roundleaf Serviceberry)

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Amelanchier sanguinea (Roundleaf Serviceberry)

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Roundleaf serviceberry is an uncommon shrub in the southern Appalachians, being more common in New-England and Canada. It is a small suckering but not stoloniferous shrub to about 5-6' tall. The younger growth has a pinkish-red cast to the bark. White flowers in April are followed in June by small blue-black berries that can be quite tasty. The growing conditions preferred are full to part sun and dry well-drained soil. Often found on cliffs, outcrops and rocky river or lake shores. Good choice for a small garden. WV ecotype

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