Light: Full Sun- Partial Shade Soil: Medium Dry-Medium Height: 20 feet Width: 15 feet Blooms: Spring
Description: An uncommon serviceberry that occurs in our remnant woodlands and savannas in well-drained soils. It can be told from its cousin, A. laevis, by the hairy undersides of its leaves. Showy spring flowers mature into berries loved by birds. Berries are tasty and edible for humans too! Excellent specimen shrub for home landscaping, or add it as an understory shrub in your woods or privacy hedge.