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Smooth Serviceberry

Amelanchier laevis

Native

Smooth Serviceberry is a small tree typically growing between 9-12 meters tall. It is native to North America and can be found in southern Ontario and north to Lake Superior. It is very popular in gardens and parks because of its flowers and edible, bird-attracting fruits. The fruits can be eaten fresh from the tree. The serviceberries can be difficult to distinguish between different species because they often hybridize with each other.

Leaf

Alternate, simple, deciduous; blades coppery-red, hairless and folded when young; 3-8 cm long

Flower

White; sepals 5, in a bell-shaped calyx; 1-2 cm long

Bark

Thin, smooth, grey - often multi-stemmed.

Bud/Twig

narrowly egg-shaped, pointed, twisted, 8-12 mm long

Fruit/Seed

Reddish-purple to black, berry-like, fleshly and juicy pomes

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