Allegheny Serviceberry

Allegheny Serviceberry


Allegheny Serviceberry, also known as Smooth Serviceberry, is a shrub or small tree found in upland woods in the mountains of North Carolina. It is separated from its larger sibling Downy Serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea) by its smooth leaves; those of Downy Serviceberry are densely pubescent. The flowers are quite showy when they bloom in early spring, before the leaves come out. The leaves are usually reddish when they first emerge.

  • Zone: 4 to 8

  • Family: Rosaceae

  • Missouri Native: No

  • Native Range: North America

  • Height: 15 to 40 feet

  • Spread: 15 to 40 feet

  • Bloom Time: April

  • Bloom Color: White

  • Sun: Full sun to part shade

  • Water: Medium

  • Maintenance: Low


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Information source: University of Missouri - Horticulture


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