Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is an extremely popular choice among homeowners. A great three season accent tree, Autumn Brilliance Serviceberrys shrub-like form make it perfect for adding privacy screening to the landscape.
Why it rocks:
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is an extremely popular choice among homeowners. A great three season accent tree, Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry’s shrub-like form make it perfect for adding privacy screening to the landscape. Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is covered in stunning clusters of white flowers in early spring, and its dark green foliage turns to a brilliant brick red in the fall. It produces edible blue berries in late spring, which can be consumed by humans or wildlife. Not enough can be said about this beautiful and useful tree.
Where to put it:
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is extremely versatile and can be used nearly anywhere in the landscape. Because of its small size and shrub-like form, Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is great along property lines as a privacy screen. Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is also commonly used in the front or back landscape to provide accent or anchoring, or around a deck or patio to provide screening. This tree should be planted at least 6ft away from buildings. This is a clump tree, so keep in mind that it will block the view of anything you put it in front of. Serviceberry adds an extremely native look to the landscape, and looks great in odd numbered clusters.
What it needs:
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is an extremely tolerant tree which can grow in almost any conditions. This tree is a great choice for challenging locations.
|Botanical Name||Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance'|
|Tree Type||Ornamental & Flowering|
|Size Range||Small Tree (15-25 feet)|
|Foliage Color||Medium Green|
|Decorative Fruit||Blue Edible Berries|
|Landscape Uses||Under Utility Wires, Privacy/Screening, Ornamental/Flowering|
|Plant Tolerance||Very Adaptable|
|Standout Feature||Spring Flowers, Fall Color, Edible Fruit, Shrub-like Form, Three Season Accent|