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Shadblow (Amelanchier x grandiflora)

Shadblow (Amelanchier x grandiflora). Photo: Wikimedia Commons user BlueCanoe, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
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Andrew Keys added this to 6 Unsung Spring-Blooming Trees
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.Photo by BlueCanoe via Wikimedia Commons

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Laura Ross added this to Outdoors
April 6, 2014
shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9)
moose109 added this to garden
March 18, 2014
garden tree tall white flowers editable fruit
Cem Aslıtürk added this to Bahçe ve Teraslar
March 17, 2014
Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9
rlensi added this to rlensi's ideas
January 27, 2014
Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9
Lindsey Yoder added this to landscaping
December 27, 2013
Shadblow
mansardstyle added this to Front Yard
September 12, 2013
AUTUMN BRILLIANCE: One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange.
yuriehong added this to House front
August 29, 2013
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
momctigue added this to momctigue's ideas
August 14, 2013
Amelanchier _ shad blow tree zones 4-9 fab fall color -redpurple or red orange grows 25 ft
Isabelle B added this to Garden
July 23, 2013
Shadblow (Amelanchier grandiflora). Billowy white flowers, edible fruit, fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide.
Pam Cullison added this to garden area
May 20, 2013
Shadblow tree
Rodd added this to Rodd's Garden Ideas
May 13, 2013
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
kierstinmary added this to Garden
May 13, 2013
Zone 4 flowering tree
eclecticgoddess added this to eclecticgoddess's ideas
May 12, 2013
Check details of this tree.
4868 added this to Trees
May 12, 2013
The Shadblow blooms white flowers quickly in spring and grows to about 25 ft high and wide. Fabulous fall colour from red/purple to red/orange.
Judy Squires Savage added this to WebUser871's ideas
May 12, 2013
trees
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May 12, 2013
look into this one
Laura Ross added this to lauragrosshc's ideas
May 12, 2013
shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9)
bdubes added this to Landscaping
May 12, 2013
shadblow
Marie Robbins added this to mdrobb1's ideas
April 25, 2013
Gardening trees
apags added this to Landscape Ideas
April 24, 2013
great blooming trees to add to your landscape
mardimorrow added this to garden ideas
April 18, 2013
spring blooming tree
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April 18, 2013
Shadblow
katpur24 added this to flowering trees
April 16, 2013
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil. Photo by BlueCanoe via Wikimedia Commons
gilloulee added this to gilloulee's ideas
March 31, 2013
yard
Donna Talley added this to I will need to live forever if I want to try all these ideas!
March 31, 2013
shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). edible fruit loved by birds
emweeksv added this to Flowering Trees for zones 4&5
March 28, 2013
Shadblow (Amelanchier x grandiflora has edible fruit and white billowy flowers with fall color red-purple to red-orance (25 feet tall & wide)
gay1lynn added this to orginization
March 27, 2013
Shadblow (amelanchier x grandiflora ( 4-9
4868 added this to Flower Gardens
March 27, 2013
This Shadblow Tree grows to aprox 25 feet high and blooms in the spring.
weisslaura added this to Landscape/plants
March 27, 2013
shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
saintpete1107 added this to saintpete1107's Ideas
February 4, 2013
Amelanchier
Susan M added this to landscape
December 27, 2012
serviceberry blooms
scdswiss added this to scdswiss's ideas
December 2, 2012
inv?
articakrill added this to articakrill's ideas
October 10, 2012
love the colors!
leo52 added this to yard Cypress C.
August 5, 2012
Amelanchier x grandiflora zones 4 to 9
shell7 added this to shell7's ideas
July 4, 2012
Shadblow 25 feet
alight added this to outside
June 23, 2012
Shadblow?
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May 27, 2012
Backyard
Trio Landscaping added this to triolandscape_gal's ideas
May 2, 2012
love service berry
mommomof9 added this to mommomof9's Favorites
May 1, 2012
Flowering tree
Beverly Coffaro added this to beverly_coffaro's ideas
April 22, 2012
Another cool tree
empark added this to outdoors
April 21, 2012
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
belle141 added this to belle141's ideas
April 21, 2012
Shad tree
mcmary added this to mcmary's Favorites
April 21, 2012
Shadblow
tbgtbg added this to garden ideas
April 21, 2012
Amelanchier x grand floria
Laurie Evans added this to sem_girl's ideas
April 19, 2012
possible tree in yaard
Angela Isaza - Art added this to plants
April 19, 2012
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil. Photo by BlueCanoe via Wikimedia Commons
neysaj added this to neysaj's Favorites
April 19, 2012
Excellent color for my yard
sababologna added this to garden
April 19, 2012
shadowblow zones 4-8
jspankyw added this to Outdoor space
April 19, 2012
shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9)
freerange810 added this to Trees
April 19, 2012
Shadblow trees/spring flowers & fall color
katiebell2 added this to Garden
April 19, 2012
Shadblow grows at least 25 ft tall and prefers average to moist soil.
Alex Smith added this to earthscapesutah's ideas
April 18, 2012
Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9
fmfb added this to Garden ideas
April 18, 2012
Amelanchier grandiflora
dorisboo added this to dorisboo's ideas
April 18, 2012
plant
lacagirl added this to landscaping
April 18, 2012
Fruit
ndevivo added this to ndevivo's Favorites
April 18, 2012
Pretty tree
judith195 added this to Judith195s Garden Ideas
April 18, 2012
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
The Right Place added this to Plants
April 18, 2012
Shadblow
amandamerle added this to amandamerle's ideas
April 18, 2012
Shad blow tree that flowers and fruits, 4-9
ae2ga added this to ae2ga's ideas
April 18, 2012
same as serviceberry?
momob added this to momob's ideas
April 18, 2012
Shadblow-white flowering tree
lumigo added this to lumigo's ideas
April 18, 2012
flores blancas
Callaway added this to Garden
April 18, 2012
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
dab4ft added this to dab4ft's ideas
April 18, 2012
spring
Paige Ellis added this to The Great Outdoors
April 18, 2012
shadblow
rjs2 added this to rjs2's Favorites
April 18, 2012
Colorful Shrub to keep in mind
ascotty added this to Gardening
April 18, 2012
shadblow
nzdanovich added this to nzdanovich's ideas
April 18, 2012
I love seeing these in the woods along the roads in Maine. They say "Spring" to me, and the fruit and foliage in the fall are a vibrant red. An all around great landscaping shrub!
Susan Palazzolo added this to susan_palazzolo's ideas
April 18, 2012
Shadblow
tfirst added this to Outdoor
April 18, 2012
zone 4-8 white with fall color fruit
joney added this to Gardens & outside spaces
April 17, 2012
One tree you'll find on almost every list of underrated trees is shadblow (Amelanchier species — this one is Amelanchier x grandiflora, zones 4 to 9). Many species exist, and most you'll find at nurseries are also native to North America. Shadblow is a sure sign of spring in the Northeast, with billowy white flowers similar to those of flowering fruit trees, and it produces edible fruit as well. (Get it before the birds do.) On top of that, most shads have fabulous fall color, from red-purple to red-orange. Most grow to 25 feet tall and wide, though some may grow taller, and they prefer average to moist soil.
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