Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance'
Also known as:
- Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry
- Apple Serviceberry
tree, fruit / vegetable
adaptable, average, well-drained
sun, mostly sun, mostly shade
red, purple, black
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Description by: Lazy S'S Farm Nursery
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A Royal Horticulture Society Plant of Merit. A deciduous, early-flowering large shrub or small trees with showy, slightly fragrant white blooms in drooping clusters called racemes which appear before the leaves emerge. Oval cut leaves are bluish-green 2-5" long and change to brilliant orange-red in Fall (hence the name). Flowers are followed by green berries which turn red, then dark purplish black in early summer. The edible berries resemble blueberries. Particularly effective in the woodland border or against a dark background.
Description by: Garden World
Irregularly shaped oval small tree with white flowers in mid-spring followed by purplish black fruit in the fall. Fall color is in tones of reds, oranges, mauves, corals. Good as a street tree. Attacts birds. Medium growth rate.
Description by: Lael's Moon Garden
White flowers spring. Fall foliage bright red-orange. Edible red-black berries . Hardy to USDA Zone 4
Description by: Briggs Plant Propagators
The usual mass of fleeting white flowers in early spring and edible berries in June on a multistemmed small tree. What sets this cultivar apart is its fall color: a brilliant red that carries for miles. A vigorous grower.