Saskatoon Serviceberry is a native shrub that can grow 4' to 6' tall and 4' to 8' wide. It has white blossoms in early spring which produce green berries that turn a dark blue later in the summer. Birds are attracted to the berries. The leaves are a medium green which turn yellow and burgundy in the fall. Saskatoon Serviceberry likes to be planted in full sun.
Use this shrub as an accent plant, hedge, in a shrub border, as a specimen or in a Moon Garden. The berries are edible and are used for making jams, preserves, and pies. If you wish to harvest the berries protect them with some bird netting. Saskatoon Serviceberry attracts wildlife, songbirds, butterflies, hummingbirds, bees. It is also a Firewise plant.