Western Serviceberry - gal
Large deciduous shrub or small tree, multitrunked,
10–25'. Attractive silver bark. Small leaves with yellow
to orange fall color. Compact clusters of small,
white fl owers. Reddish-purple to black fruit.
Slow-growing, can form thickets.
Drought-tolerant, sun to part-shade/sun, Food source for native butterfly caterpillars and native wildlife; food source, shelter, or nesting sites for birds; Among species considered to be the most valuable wildlife plants by ODFW Naturescaping (2001) reference.
nectar source for butterflies