Amelanchier


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Noun1.Amelanchier - North American deciduous trees or shrubsAmelanchier - North American deciduous trees or shrubs
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
family Rosaceae, Rosaceae, rose family - a large family of dicotyledonous plants of order Rosales; have alternate leaves and five-petaled flowers with numerous stamens
Juneberry, serviceberry, shadblow, shadbush, service tree - any of various North American trees or shrubs having showy white flowers and edible blue-black or purplish fruit
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A: I would make an educated guess that it is an Amelanchier, the difficulty is knowing which species you are fancying as they all have great autumn colour.
Excellent trees for small gardens include Amelanchier lamarckii, whose graceful branches carry copper-hued new leaves in spring along with starry, white flowers.
The best growers in acid soil are the flowering shrubs amelanchier, gaultheria or pieris and many heathers.
Serviceberry, also known in this area as Shadblow, Shadbush or Juneberry, is a member of the genus Amelanchier.
As I passed serried ranks of oak, liquidambar, taxodium and amelanchier in their autumn colours, one species that really stood out was nyssa, its leaves aflame in bright orange and red.
Laurel hedging frames the front boundary and there is a lovely arrangement of Amelanchier trees along the edge of the well manicured lawn and delightful pond.
In a couple decades, when the top of the slope is ready for understory, plant ironwood or Amelanchier species.
Or snowy mespilus, Amelanchier, has clouds of white spring blossom and glorious scarlet autumn foliage.
Rogiers SY, Mohakuman GN and NR Knowles Maturation and ripening of fruits of Amelanchier alnifolia nutt are accompanied by increasing oxidative stress.
Of the total number supplied, five species--Acer campestre, Amelanchier, Crateagus, Malus, Prunus and Sorbus--accounted for more than 17,000 or 40% of the total.