This tree is a treasure through the seasons. It'll make your heart swell in spring with its romantic fragrant, white flowers. They're followed by red-purple berries that have a sweet flavor reminiscent of blueberries. These go great in jams and pies… or let neighborhood birds enjoy them. In fall, the leaves turn orange and red, providing the brilliance its name promises. Even in winter, the silvery, smooth bark is beautiful. This serviceberry grows to a size somewhere around a large shrub or smaller tree. It's a great accent for a border or the front yard. Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance'
Amelanchier grandifolia 'Autumn Brilliance'
Form:Deciduous tree, small fruit.
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Height/Habit:15 - 25 feet
Spread:15 - 25 feet
Spacing:15 - 25 feet
Flowering Date:Blooms in spring, followed by edible 3/8" diameter fruit in summer.
Flower Form:White flowers
Foliage Type:Deciduous, finely-toothed, oval leaves, 3-4" long, emerge with bronze-copper highlights in early spring, mature to dark green, then turn to brilliant orange-red in autumn.
Pruning:Prune late winter or early spring to promote vigorous, healthy new growth. Remove root suckers to maintain a tree form. If root suckers are left to grow, it will develop a shrub form.
Soil Requirement:Rich, moisture-retentive, well-drained soil with plenty of organic matter.
Additional Information:As its name suggests, this variety is know for its outstanding orange-red fall foliage. Fragrant, white flowers appear in spring, followed by red-purple, round berries. Birds are also quite fond of the sweet berries, with flavor reminiscent of blueberrie
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