Saskatoon berry
Amelanchier canadensis, Hardiness : Zone 4
Other names
Canadian serviceberry, chuckleberry, currant-tree, Juneberry, Shadblow Serviceberry, Shadblow, Shadbush, Shadbush Serviceberry, Sugarplum, Thicket Serviceberry
Categories
Berry tree or shrub, Native plant, Ornamental tree
Availability
4 years old, in three gallons pot 35.00$
Features
Height X Width
7.0m X 4.0m
Foliage
Red-orange in fall
Flowering
Star white Blooming time : Begins in june
Fruits
Little fruits like blueberry but sweeter
Harvest : Begins in end of july
Resistances
-
Sun exposure
Full sun, Mid-shade
Soil type
-
Edible parts
Fruit
Images
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Description, from Wikipedia

Amelanchier canadensis (bilberry, Canadian serviceberry, chuckle-berry, currant-tree, juneberry, shad-blow serviceberry, shad-blow, shadbush, shadbush serviceberry, sugarplum, thicket serviceberry) is a species of Amelanchier native to eastern North America in Canada from Newfoundland west to southern Ontario, and in the United States from Maine south to Alabama. It is largely restricted to wet sites, particularly on the Atlantic coastal plain, growing at altitudes from sea level up to 200 m.