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    Amelanchier Alnifolia Smokey
       Deciduous Tree
HEIGHT:6 - 10 feet
SPREAD:6 - 8 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Grows to be a large, suckering shrub or small branching tree. Clusters of small, fragrant, white flowers appear on upright arching branches as deep green leaves develop. Large, purplish-black fruit appear in midsummer. Fall foliage is yellow to red. This variety is self fertile; excellent fruit for eating or cooking. Leaves can turn shades of red and purple in the autumn.
LIMITATIONS:Not recommended for Interior. Can be a host for apple (serviceberry) cedar rust; susceptible to leaf spot.
ORIGIN:Species native to Alaska, southern Yukon and Northwest Territories, Canadian prairies and northern plains of U.S.
CULTIVARS:See entry for Amelanchier alnifolia Saskatoon Serviceberry
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