Our online store is temporarily closed. We hope to be able to update the online inventory as soon as possible, but there have been a lot of unanticipated life events this season that have complicated our time for computer crunching.

Our plant stand will open 05/28/22 this year and we'll be working a few markets as well.

Serviceberry (Amelanchier sp.)

Serviceberries can be delicious eaten directly from the tree and people often use them anyway blueberries are used.  They can be put in pies, muffins, jams, or smoothies. In addition to being great for people, serviceberries also provide food to birds and wildlife and support pollinating insects.  They are also host plants for various native butterflies and moths in Michigan, including the  striped hairstreak, white admiral, viceroy,  small-eyed sphinx moth and the blinded sphinx moth.

Additional information

Special Features

Edible, Good for Wild Birds, Host Plants

Sun

Full, Partial

Soil

Average, Dry

Height

12'-25'

Bloom Color

White

Bloom Time

April, May

Native Plant Category

Trees, Shrubs, and Vines