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Serviceberries

Serviceberries (Amelanchier) bushes are covered with beautiful white flowers in the spring and produce a tasty small edible berry in the early fall.  The tasty fruit is good for eating fresh and for jellies.  They are also good Xeriscape plants that require minimal watering once established. 

  • Autumn Brilliance - This can be grown as a bush, a multi-stem tree, or a single stemmed tree.  It grows 15-25' high and 15 feet wide.  Hardy zones 2-7.​

  • Regent - Grows 4-6 foot tall and wide.   Hardy zones 2-7.​

  • Success - Grows 4-6 foot tall and wide.  Known for its larger sized sweet fruit.  Hardy zones 3-7.

  • Utah Serviceberry - Utah Native Bush that grows 8-15 feet tall and wide.  Hardy zones 2-7.​

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USU:  How to Grow Serviceberries in Your Garden

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'Regent Serviceberry'

Disclaimer:  This is a listing of varieties that have performed well in the area.  This listing does not guarantee that the varieties are in stock.  Please call to inquire if an item is in stock or not.

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