Amelanchier canadensis 'Sprizam'Indiana Native
Spring Glory(R) shadblow serviceberry

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
White (Beautiful upright clusters of 5-flowers that appear in early Spring)
Green (Medium to dark green summer foliage); Multi-Colored (Attractive fall color that can range from yellow to orange or even red)
Black (Small, round, red fruits that turn to black)
 Ultimate Height:
10-12 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
8-10 feet
Prefers moist, well drained soils, but is quite adaptable
Eastern North America
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves are alternate, simple, elliptic, rounded, finely serrated, and 1.5-2.5" long by 0.5-1.25" wide. The young leaves are densely pubescent, becoming glabrous at maturity. Compared to A. arborea and A. laevis, the flower petals of A. canadensis are slightly shorter and much more strongly obovate. Bark is grey and smooth. Reddish purple, conical buds.

Additional Information

A new variety, notable for its compact, upright habit reaching only 12' tall and 8-10' wide.

7 Amelanchier canadensis 'Sprizam' found

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