A four season attraction in the landscape, the Shadblow Serviceberry is a North America native beauty that can be grown as a large multi-stem shrub or lower branches can be removed to form a very attractive single or multi trunk small tree. In early spring, snowy white flowers in 2 to 4 inch upright racemes are borne in profusion. Following the flowers are edible, sweet, blueberry-like green fruits that turn to red and purple as they ripen. But if you want the fruits you better beat the birds to them. Fall brings outstanding foliage color ranging from golden-orange to red-orange. The silver striped ridged and furrowed handsome bark provides winter interest in the landscape. Get all the details below!