Probably a hybrid between shirasawanum and palmatum this maple has brilliant red spring color enhanced by the white pubescence on newly emerging leaves. This very strong growing upright cultivar hold its color well into the summer. Fall color is also red. 'Red Dawn' tolerates heat and sun very well but would appreciate a break from the hot summer sun in hotter climates. crimson at fall
Dark green foliage in summer, turning yellow-green in fall. White flowers in spikes of 25 cm long, in June-July. Light brown fruits 5 cm long in September-October. Rejuvenate by pruning to the ground. Excellent plant for massing or borders.
Northline Saskatoon has dark green foliage throughout the season. The oval leaves turn an outstanding yellow in the fall. It is covered in stunning clusters of white flowers rising above the foliage from early to mid spring before the leaves. It features an abundance of magnificent blue berries in late spring, which are excellent for fresh eating, cooking and baking and making jams and jellies. This is a self-pollinating variety.
Beautiful small tree or ornamental shrub with an upright, compact and narrow habit. Almost round dark green leaves turning yellow in fall. In April-May, the stems are cover with a profusion of nice, small, pure white flowers followed by tasty fruits in fall. Very hardy. Should become more and more popular.
Large shrub with rounded shape and diffuse. Multitude of white flowers in spring. Big black and sweet fruits in summer. The pruning is done after flowering to reduce the expansion. Very interesting for its abundant fruiting. Remarkable for gardens birds .
An excellent, new hedge form of serviceberry with a narrow, upright, dense habit. The foliage resists to powdery mildew and progresses from green in summer through a rainbow of colors before turning red before fall leaf drop. Produces many white flowers in spring but it has only some berries. Needs a well drained soil.
Naturally a large shrub. When trained as a single stemmed tree, it forms a tree with erect branches and a narrow shape. In summer time the leaves are dark green and in fall they become orange-yellow. Early in spring before the leaves come out its white flowering is spectacular but doesn't last long. Berries are a treat to many birds and they are also edible.
Serviceberry with white, star-shaped flowers, larger than other serviceberries. Delicate spring flowering, followed by black, edible fruits that attract birds. Fall colouration is stunning, in tones of orange and fiery red. Great selection for urban conditions.
Improved version of A. grandiflora. Pink flower buds, opening to star-shaped white blooms in spring. Purple red fruits, edible, that attract birds. Shows splendid fall colouration. Offers a certain amount of tolerance to de-icing salt. Seldom trimmed.