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Serviceberry

Bruce Parker - microhouse
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Service BerryAmelanchier alnifoliaUSDA zones: 3 to 9Water requirement: Has good drought resistanceLight requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 feet highEnvironmental benefits: Nutritious fruit used fresh, frozen or processed. Wildlife value: high-quality cover and food. With a sweet nutty taste, the fruits have long been eaten by Canada's aboriginal people, fresh or dried.Native range: Northwest and west U.S. and Canada

What Houzzers are commenting on:

weboli added this to Garden
September 9, 2014
Something natural and fruity
Sarah Peterson added this to Exterior
March 18, 2014
Front yard
nafeconcrete added this to drought resistant landscape
March 16, 2014
berry and height of tree
leannhh added this to Landscape Ideas
March 16, 2014
animal food
curb47 added this to Suncatcher
March 16, 2014
Nice bush that gets to 10' tall
milobo added this to milobo's Ideas
December 28, 2013
Drought shrub with fruit
gretchenlw added this to Exterior Ideas
August 25, 2013
Edible
Christopher Hager added this to landscaping ideas
July 20, 2013
Service Berry '3 Soft-Looking Plants for a Dry Climate' Edible berries; Native to NW and Canada
2stephs added this to landscape
July 11, 2013
Native service berry
dhendell added this to new home ideas
April 18, 2013
Service berry aka Saskatoon?
natalie3991 added this to natalie3991's ideas
March 22, 2013
Drought plant. 10 feet
binrock added this to Patio Area at Back Yard
February 10, 2013
Colorful screen element at side or back?
Jen Hill added this to Garden
January 19, 2013
Service berry. Native, edible, low water needs
Michelle Baker added this to Yard & Garden
September 22, 2012
Service Berry Amelanchier alnifolia USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Has good drought resistance Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 feet high Environmental benefits: Nutritious fruit used fresh, frozen or processed. Wildlife value: high-quality cover and food. With a sweet nutty taste, the fruits have long been eaten by Canada's aboriginal people, fresh or dried. Native range: Northwest and west U.S. and Canada
mdorey added this to Selkirk
September 15, 2012
Service Berry Drought tolerant up to 10'
openroadie added this to garden
August 15, 2012
size and bears fruit for birds
kbush1421 added this to kbush1421's ideas
August 13, 2012
Service Berry would be good near wall or needs sun
julskay added this to Landscape
August 12, 2012
Amilancheir alniforbia "Service Berry" drought tolerant and edible berry plant...canadians have been eating these berries for a long time...sweet nutty flavor
Alexandra Florimonte added this to Xericmaid's garden
August 9, 2012
For birds!
indrajit added this to indrajit's ideas
August 2, 2012
Service Berry
carlafulkerson added this to outdoors
July 29, 2012
microhouse birds service berry
maryrabai added this to garden
July 29, 2012
cut it back, harvest fruit
zehara added this to Garden
July 29, 2012
Service Berry, Drought tolerant, Full sun
shawnaleeah added this to Gardening
July 29, 2012
Fruity
grandma42 added this to grandma42's ideas
July 29, 2012
Practical plant recommended by Audubon Society to promote a balance in nature.
snfranc1 added this to snfranc1's ideas
July 29, 2012
serviceberry
cortrece2 added this to Garden
July 24, 2012
plant
ehdavila added this to ehdavila's ideas
July 22, 2012
Nutritious fruit
rarl added this to rarl's ideas
July 21, 2012
service berry is drought resistant and edible
lthomas1215 added this to landscaping
July 19, 2012
service berry - full sun
judithesl added this to judithesl's ideas
July 19, 2012
Service berry Amelanchier alnifolia Edible berries
bluemistero added this to bluemistero's ideas
July 18, 2012
service berry amelanchier alnifolia
johnnycb added this to My Ideas
July 18, 2012
Service Berry Amelanchier alnifolia USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Has good drought resistance Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 feet high Environmental benefits: Nutritious fruit used fresh, frozen or processed. Wildlife value: high-quality cover and food. With a sweet nutty taste, the fruits have long been eaten by Canada's aboriginal people, fresh or dried.
marthawrites added this to garden
July 18, 2012
Service Berry Amelanchier alnifolia USDA zones: 3 to 9 Water requirement: Has good drought resistance Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 10 feet high Environmental benefits: Nutritious fruit used fresh, frozen or processed. Wildlife value: high-quality cover and food. With a sweet nutty taste, the fruits have long been eaten by Canada's aboriginal people, fresh or dried. Native range: Northwest and west U.S. and Canada
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