Amelanchier alnifolia
Western Serviceberry

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Western Serviceberry
Amelanchier alnifolia

 - Plant listed for information only. Not currently being sold at Garden Centers

Clusters of fragrant white flowers emerge in early April just before the small, light-green, oval leaves appear. It attracts a wide variety of butterflies. Small, sweet, blue berries ripen in summer and are loved by people and songbirds. Orange to red fall foliage is spectacular and long-lasting.

  • Early white blossoms have a sweet fragrance
  • Attracts orange tip and elfin butterflies
  • Perfect upright tree for small spaces
  • Sweet berries can be eaten fresh or dried
  • Birds love its berries and protective cover

Native Range

Washington south to California, east to Minnesota and Iowa.

Interesting Facts


The sweet fruit ripens in early summer along the coast, a bit later inland.  The fruit has long been prized fresh and in baking. It has a high antioxidant level. Native Americans prized its wood for arrows and pipe stems.





Mature Size: 10-15ft. Tall x 6-10ft. Wide

Hardiness Zone: 2-7

Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

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