A four season attraction in the landscape and one of the larger growing serviceberry's up to 25 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide, the Allegheny Serviceberry is a North America native beauty that can be grown as a large shrub or lower branches can be removed to form a very attractive single or multi trunk small tree. Its larger size qualifies it as a shade tree. In early spring, masses of snowy white flowers resembling apple-blossoms in 2 to 4 inch racemes almost cover the tree. Following the flowers are edible, sweet, blueberry-like green fruits that turn to red and purple as they ripen. Leaves emerge purple in spring turning to a rich green with fall bringing brilliant golden, orange and red shades. The silver striped ridged and furrowed handsome bark provides winter interest in the landscape. Get all the details below!