Description + Attributes:

This tree is an all-season beauty. Early in the spring, beautiful white clusters of blooms set it off against the new green of spring. Vivid red- and gold-hued foliage graces the landscape in the fall. And plump red berries are a favorite of birds in summer. The berries are also popular with the human crowd for pies, preserves and fresh eating.

Its year-round interest and smaller size make the serviceberry a versatile choice for landscaping.

  • Blooms in March and April (depending on location), with delicate white flowers arranged in clusters.
  • Is one of the finest small trees for fall color, with leaves turning vivid shades of red and gold.
  • Produces berry-like fruit that ripens in June, changing from green to red to purplish black.
  • Also known as the Juneberry.
  • Grows in a rounded shape.
  •  The fruit this tree produces is loved by birds.



Tree Type




Mature Size

Height 15’-25’

& Width 15’-25’


Growth Rate


13”-24”/ year


Wildlife Value

It’s berries provide a food source for birds and small animals.


Full Sun/Partial Shade

Moist and well drained soils.

  Moderate Drought Tolerance

Serviceberry - Bundle of 25 - Bare Root


    Sibley Soil & Water

    Conservation District

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