Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry
Native to the Eastern US, the Serviceberry is a cold hardy (Zone 3) deciduous 'tree' that has white flowers in Spring and stunning golden copper leaves in Autumn. Typically grown for is seasonal colors, the Serviceberry family also produces small fruits that attract wildlife. Bees appreciate its hardy white flowers that open in early Spring and birds enjoy the green fruits that can blush magenta in Autumn. The Serviceberry is tolerant of drought and pollution but likes to have water drained from its roots. The 'Autumn Brillance' variety produces copper leaves in... Autumn! The tree grows to heights of 15'.
USDA Zone: 3-9
Mature Height/Spread: 15'x15'
Pollination: Tree is self fertile
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Scientific Name: Amelanchier x grandiflora