serviceberry


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serviceberry:

see shadbushshadbush,
 Juneberry,
or serviceberry,
any species of the genus Amelanchier of the family Rosaceae (rose family), chiefly North American shrubs or trees conspicuous in the early spring for their white blossoms.
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juneberry

juneberry

Small shrubby tree up to 24 ft (8m) with berries that look and taste very much like blueberries. Lewis and Clark lived off juneberries when they travelled across and discovered America. Already ripe in the spring. They require no care to grow. Taste best fresh and raw. Leaves look like apple leaves. Small white apple-like 5-petal flowers that look like little white airplane propellers.
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Provide a nesting platform and plant native hackberry, serviceberry, poison ivy and sumac to supplement their diet.
African Tulip Tree (Spathodea) Camelia (Camelia) Cherry (Prunus) Crabapple (Malus) Dogwood (Cornus) Flowering Almond (Prunus) Fringe Tree (Chionanthus) Horsechestnut (Aesculus) Lilac (Syringa) Magnolia (Magnolia) Orchid Tree (Bauhinea) Pear (Pyrus) Redbud (Cercis) Serviceberry (Amelanchier) Silver Bell (Halesia) Trumpet Tree (Tabebuia) Witch Hazel (Hamamelis) Yellowwood (Cladrastis) TABLE 7-3.
virginiana), the Saskatoon serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia) and other species of the same genus, the Canadian cherry (P.
Hikers will spot ceanothus, mountain mahogany, yucca, California lilac, manzanita, black sage, holly-leaf cherry, sumac, chamise, serviceberry, lemonade berry, Christmas berry, wild buckwheat, sticky-leaf monkey flower, popcorn flower, woolly blue curls, dudleya, owl's clover, blue-eyed grass, ferns and a shady grove of bays, oaks and sycamores.
Serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia) was used as a second berry type because the berries are larger (0.
The upland shrub layer would comprise primarily sweetfern, lowbush blueberry, and roundleaf serviceberry installed by the acre.
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black walnut, walnut, white walnut Other aspen, birch, black gum, black locust, buckeye, cedar, chestnut, coffeetree, cottonwood, dogwood, gum, hemlock, hornbeam, ironwood, locust, mulberry, pepperidge, persimmon, red bud, sassafras, serviceberry, sourwood, trembling aspen, willow Taxonomic grouping Modern species recorded Ash (Fraxinus spp.
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These plant species included the 5 most common plant species fed upon by Mule Deer on the East Front (Hemmer 2005): Creeping Juniper, Chokecherry, Common Snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus), Silverberry (Elaeagnus commutata), and Common Serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea).
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Other common shrub species within these communities included common snowberry Symphoricarpos albus, western serviceberry Amelanchier alnifolia, bitterbrush Purshia tridentata, basin big sagebrush A.