Oh the beautiful Serviceberry Tree — one of Phase One Landscapes favorites! Also known as the Saskatoon berry, Juneberry, Shadblow and Shadbush, depending on location, this popular plant is often recognized in the fall by their greenish leaves that turn into intense autumn foliage colors of yellows, oranges and reds. In the spring, their distinguishing white flowers set them apart from other trees. For the most part, this tree is used in landscape today mainly for ornamental purposes and in the fall, the burst of oranges, reds and golds that the leaves change to is a splendid site to see! Placing them in large groups together helps to contrast their color nicely. The smaller varieties of these trees can be used as hedges around homes or buildings. Take a took below at some of our favorite shots of the Serviceberry Tree at different times of year.
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Photo Credit: Maya Creek