Regent Saskatoon Serviceberry

A Regent Saskatoon Serviceberry may be the plant that has your best interest in mind. Color, berries, widely adaptable, attractive to pollinators, and has great tolerance of many conditions. This plant is begging you to take it home and discover its advantages in your yard or garden.

As a medium sized (6 ft. tall – 8 ft. wide) plant which yield a nutty flavored berry can be used as a shrub border or be used as a backdrop to show off its colorful berries. It is fragrant blooms in the Spring are so numerous it gives a dazzling effect in any yard it is found in. Pollinators come to it for a quick meal and can hang around to pollinate your other plants or flowers.

The green foliage turns yellow and burgundy in the Fall to add to the brilliance of this delightful plant. At Heritage Hill Nursery it can be found on sale the month of August. Try one out and you will be back for more.

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