American Serviceberry

Amélanchier Lamarckii

The Amelanchier Lamarckii is a small fruit tree with compact and floriferous growth. Originally from North America, it was...
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The Amelanchier Lamarckii is a small fruit tree with compact and floriferous growth. Originally from North America, it was formerly known as the shadbush, it is cultivated for its production of sweet and juicy edible fruits today called amelanche.

The Amelanchier Lamarckii has several attractions in the course of the seasons, in the spring its foliage debours at first fluffy and deep bronze color to become dark green thereafter, in April-May the shrub is covered with a multitude of cream flowers in clusters, followed in summer by its generous black fructification rich in vitamin C, the autumn dress becomes fire as if he wanted to perfect his presence in the garden.

It has a preference for acidic soils and will enjoy in the shruberry to accompany the azaleas, maples of Japan ...

Caractéristiques

  • Common name American Serviceberry - Juneberry - Shadbush
  • Family Rosaceae
  • Genre Amélanchier
  • Number of species 25
  • Origin United States
  • Category fruit tree
  • Height 6/8M
  • Width 6/9M
  • Foliage deciduous
  • Rusticity -15°C
  • Blossom april
  • Color of flowers white
  • Fruit Amelanche - sweet and juicy blue-black edible fruit, rich in vitamin C
  • Harvest summer
  • Exposure Sun, partial shade
  • Use shrubbery - isolated - orchard
  • Soil well drained - acid
  • Port upright
  • Possible diseases fire blight - mildew
  • Enemies nothing to report
  • Earth to use 50% universal potting soil and 50% earth of heather
  • Copyright image Boland F.

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Delivery scheduled between the 2018-10-23 and 2018-10-25

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