NATIVE – Upright, heavily branched. Blooms in early spring with small white flowers followed by purplish-black, edible berries. Foliage is a medium green becoming orange and red in the fall. Upright shape makes it good for narrow areas. Attracts birds and butterflies.
Amelanchier laevis Cumulus
ACIDIC SOIL, BUT WILL TOLERATE OTHER SOIL TYPES, PREFERS A MOIST, WELL-DRAINED
AND UPRIGHT SHAPE, EARLY SPRING FLOWERS, VIVID FALL COLOR
FULL SUN TO PART SUN