Standing Ovation* Serviceberry

The Standing Ovation* Serviceberry is a 12 – 15-foot-high, 4-foot-wide widely adaptable plant that thrives from coast to coast, north to south. It is a Native American plant that displays a massive bloom in the Spring and yields an edible berry in the summer which tastes like blueberry. In the Fall the leaves turn orange to add vibrant color to your Autumn landscape.

These plants can be singled out for viewing or put several in a row to help build a barrier from wind. The 15-foot height is perfect for this and its oval shape is very decorative. The white flower is accented by a soft green foliage. The plant thrives in full sunlight and is a welcome treat to any yard or garden. Check one out at Heritage Hill Nursery. We have them on sale the month of August!

*Standing Ovation is a registered trademark.

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