Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Tree
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Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Tree
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Leaf
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Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 2201
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Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 1997
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Growth Facts

Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry

Amelanchier alnifolia
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Treat your backyard birds right with Saskatoon Serviceberry. This hardy native produces berries so big, sweet, juicy, and delicious, they’re planted for commercial fruit production. Songbirds find them just as delectable as humans do, and they’ll be flocking to your garden as soon as they’re ripe. Cedar Waxwings are top customers, and robins, orioles, and catbirds find them irresistible, too. It has been estimated that at least 22 species of birds enjoy Serviceberry fruits! See how many you can check off when you plant Saskatoon Serviceberry in your own bird habitat garden.

May Benefit & Attract: Waxwings, thrushes, orioles, and thrashers.

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  • Better for Birds, 100% Neonic-Free
  • Not Available in non-native regions, states or counties (see Native Regions map)

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  • The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow
  • This bird-friendly native plant provides food and shelter for local and migrating birds and other wildlife
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  • Size AA (2-3' tall) container grown

Growth Facts

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The Story

Serviceberry may not be a household word, but it should be! These delightful trees and shrubs are found in every state of the Union except for Hawaii. Saskatoon Serviceberry is native from northern California to Minnesota and north to Alaska and most of western Canada (hence, the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan). It needs cool summer temperatures and low humidity in order to thrive. Saskatoon Serviceberry is the most common Serviceberry species you’ll encounter in the western states, but it can vary quite a bit in appearance. It’s typically a shrubby plant, but on the West Coast it attains tree status.

The Details

Scrumptious fruit is not the only thing that Saskatoon Serviceberry has to offer. In early spring, sparkling white flowers attract pollinators; in autumn, foliage turns shades of orange and brick-red.

How to Grow

Fall color on the Saskatoon Serviceberry will be most intense in full sun, but the foliage quality will be best if the tree receives some shade during the hottest part of the day. The soil should be enriched with organic matter, moist but well drained. A generous layer of wood chips or shredded bark mulch will help to hold in moisture and moderate temperatures in the root zone. Irrigate regularly and feed with Elements™ Fertilizer to get your tree off to a good start. Keep trimmers and other lawn equipment away from the trunk, as the bark of Saskatoon Serviceberry—like all Serviceberries—is thin and vulnerable to damage.

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Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Tree
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Leaf
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 2201
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 2571
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 2572
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 1997
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 1998
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 2990
Audubon® Saskatoon Serviceberry Additional Product Shot 2991