A truly spectacular and easy-to-grow North American native, the Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is a four-season tree that thrives almost anywhere in the country! The first act starts in spring with abundant showy clusters of fragrant white flowers at every stem tip on the tree. Following the bloom are edible blueberry-like fruits that start green and change from red to deep purple by summer. The delectably delicious berries can be eaten fresh and are often used for making jams, jellies and pies or dried like raisins...but you better get them quick before the birds gobble them up! With the arrival of cooler temperatures in fall, the blue-green foliage takes on absolutely astonishing shades or red and orange, hence the name. The attractive grayish brown bark often has a reddish cast in winter, providing winter interest in the garden. A must-have native in every garden where it will grow. USDA Zones 3a-9b. Get all the details below!