Amelanchier canadensis, x grandiflora ‘Ballerina’, laevis, laevis ‘Snowflakes’ lamarckii Plant Catalogue – Trees

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Amelanchier – Large shrubs to small trees. Grow well in most soils except shallow chalk. Full sun or partial shade. D SEE OUR TREE SECTION

Amelanchier canadensisA. canadensis   Star shaped white flowers in April amid unfolding, oval, white haired leaves that mature to dark green and turn orange-red in autumn, deciduous. Fruits are edible. Height large shrub/small tree,3 to 4m. Spread 2 to 3 metres, may sucker.

A. x grandiflora ‘Ballerina’ AGM    Large white flowers in April before the leaves. Dark green leaves often turn orange-red in autumn, deciduous. Height a small tree about 4 metres. Spread 3 to 4 metres, may sucker from the base.
A. laevis   White flowers in April amid pinkish young leaves, these mature to dark green and often turn orange-red in autumn, deciduous. Fruits are edible. Height a small tree about 4 metres. Spread 3 to 4 metres, may sucker from the base.
A. laevis ‘Snowflakes’ Large white flowers in April amid purplish young leaves, these mature to dark green and often turn orange-red in autumn, deciduous. Height a small tree about 4 metres with a spread of 3-4 metres. May sucker from the base.
Amelanchier lamarckiiA. lamarckii AGM Star shaped, white flowers in clusters in April followed by black berries. Oval mid green leaves often red and yellow in the autumn, deciduous. Height a small tree to about 4 metres. Spread a bushy habit to 2 or 3 metres.