* COMMON SERVICEBERRY (Amelanchier
arboreal - pileated woodpecker, Eastern bluebird, black-capped chickadee, tufted titmouse
DEEP IMPACT Amelanchier
lamarckii produces dark purple berries
Young specimens are quite happy in Above: Amelanchier
lamarckii is a small deciduous tree with white snowy flowers in early spring commonly known as snowy mespilus or juneberry a pot as long as they're not exposed to temperatures below -10degC.
Pot up early in the year to establish before winter, and use a loam-based Above: Amelanchier
lamarckii is a small deciduous tree with white snowy flowers in early spring commonly known as snowy mespilus or juneberry compost and one-fifth horticultural grit for drainage.
Young specimens are quite happy in a pot as long as they're not exposed to Above: Amelanchier
lamarckii is a small deciduous tree with white snowy flowers in early spring commonly known as snowy mespilus or juneberry temperatures below -10degC.
Good choices for forcing this month include serviceberry (Amelanchier
), magnolia (Magnolia), flowering quince (Chaenomeles), forsythia (Forsythia), crab apple or apple (Malus), flowering pear (Pyrus), flowering cherry (Prunus), spring-flowering witch hazel (Hamamelis vernalis) and redbud (Cercis).
Trees such as acers, liquidambar, amelanchier
and parrotia deliver a tremendous display of rich orange and red foliage as we head towards winter, while late-flowering perennials, such as the bold yellow rudbeckia, can add wonderful contrast to more sombre autumn planting.
Acers, for example, can be extremely pricey, but some argue you can get the same effect with cheaper trees such as cherry or Amelanchier
The snowy mespilus, Amelanchier
lamarckii Ballerina, is either grown as a small tree or a multi-stemmed shrub.
Jessica told us the tree's Latin name is Amelanchier
arborea, but that it had had a variety of common names and etymologies in early North America: shadbush, because it often grows in riparian forests at the edges of rivers where the shad run.
The site was north-facing within an old seed-tree cut now dominated by a mixed stand of young Western Larch, Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa), with a shrub layer including alder (Alnus sp.), Saskatoon Serviceberry (Amelanchier
alnifolia), Mallow-leaf Ninebark (Physocarpus malvaceus), and Rocky Mountain Maple (Acer glabrum).
No Plant species Enzymes relative activity, % Gala3T Glu3T Ara3T Xyl3T 1 Aronia michurinii 59.9 2.2 33.2 2.7 2 Crataegus chlorosarca 28.4 52.4 8.1 <0.1 3 Crataegus pentagyna 61.2 31.5 2.1 1.4 4 Sorbocotoneaster 93.7 1.1 3.2 <0.1 5 Amelanchier