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Amelanchier x grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’
The serviceberry tree flowers just before its leaves emerge, inspiring the gardener with the hope of spring. Glossy green foliage follows for summer interest and if you can get to the berries before the birds in June you’re in for a treat. They are safe for human consumption. Its fall color is remarkable and varies between yellow, orange, and red on the same plant.
|Blooms: March, April|
|Exposure: Full sun to part shade|
Serviceberry works perfectly as an understory tree in the edible garden. The Autumn Brilliance cultivar has excellent disease resistance. This plant is available in single stem or multi-stem (clump) form.
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