In full sun, Saskatoon serviceberry's delicately scalloped oval-shaped leaves are a pale blue-green, while in shade they tend to be darker. White fragrant flowers appear before the leaves in April to May and are followed by small blueberry-like edible fruit.
|Plant Type||Erect deciduous shrub/small tree|
|Height at Maturity||4-18', up to 30'|
|Light Requirements||Sun to shade|
|Moisture Needs||Dry to moist|
Well drained; Prefers loam to sandy loam