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Synonyms for Amelanchier

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Amelanchier lamarckii is bigger and more tree-like in stature with orangey red leaves, and they like moist and fertile soil out in the sun.
sedges, excluding elk sedge Shrubs AMAL Amelanchier Serviceberry Palatable alnifolia PHMA Physocarpus Ninebark Low malvaceus RICE Ribes cereum Straw current Low VAME Vaccinium Big huckleberry Palatable membranaceum VASC Vaccinium scoparium Grouse whortleberry Unpalatable
saccharum Sugar maple Aesculus glabra Ohio buckeye Alnus glutinosa European alder Amelanchier sp.
Woody taxon Site 1 Site 2 Site 3 Acer saccharum (1) X Amelanchier arborea X Bumelia lycioides X X Carya ovata (1) X X X Carya ovalis (1) X X Carya cordiformis (1) X Celtis laevigata (1) X X Cercis canadensis X X X Cornusn florida X Forestiera ligustrina X Fraxinus pennsylvanica (1) X Gleditsia tricanthos (1) X X Hypericum densiflorum X Lonicera spp.
Also called service berry, shad-berry, juneberry, and sometimes saskatoon blueberry, they grow wild and are one of the 13 species found in Canada of the genus amelanchier.
Related Family Members in Book: Amelanchier Chaenomeles, Prunus, Pyracantha, Pyrus, Rosa, and Spiraea
Amelanchier alnifolia, Bromus ciliatus, and Potentilla fruticosa) are ecotone species and may not have been consistently noted.
Amelanchier canadensis bears clusters of fragrant white flowers in early spring, juicy dark blue fruit in midsummer, and autumn leaves in yellow, orange, and red.
Notes: Species present in all years were: Amelanchier cf.
shastensis Ceanothus cuneatus Picea engelmannii Ceanothus integerrimus Abies amabilis Arctostaphylos viscida Vaccinium scoparium Lonicera hispidula Ribes viscosissimum Rhus diversiloba Arctostaphylos nevadensis Amelanchier pallida Gaultheria ovatifolia Berberis piperiana Eastern Oregon Low Juniperus occidentalis Pinus albicaulis Quercus garryana Pinus contorta Artemisia arbuscula Pinus monticola Artemisia tridentata Tsuga mertensiana Chrysothamnus nauseosus Abies lasiocarpa Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus Abies magnifica var.
The state of water in acclimating vegetative buds from Malus and Amelanchier and its relationship to winter hardiness.
I am surprised by the cool drops which now at ten o'clock fall from the flowers of the amelanchier, while other plants are dry, as if these had attracted more moisture.
At camps and carries: raspberry, Vaccinium Canadense (Canada blueberry), Prunus Penasylvanica, also along shore (wild red cherry), Amelanchier Canadensis (shad-bush), Sambucus pubens (red-berried elder).