Western Serviceberry

Amelanchier alnifolia

Blooms: Spring               6– 15ft. tall

Shrub:  Native to Pacific Northwest. Serviceberry grows as a small deciduous tree or upright shrub. It has showy fragrant white flowers in spring. The size to which it grows varies, but typically ranges from 6 to 15 feet tall with an approximately equal spread. It often spreads by underground runners, creating large thickets.  Deer resistant. Hardy to zone 5.

Full Sun – Partial Shade                Well drained soil                       Regular water

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Price: $12.00

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June Gardening To Do List

(for the Pacific Northwest)


  • Look for spots in your garden that may need summer and fall bloom
  • Take note of any bulbs you may want to order this fall that bloom in the spring


  • Best dates for transplanting by the moon cycles:
    Jun 8 – 21
  • Best dates for sowing seeds by the moon cycles:
    Jun 7, 9-11, 19 & 20, 26 – 28
  • Sow annual seeds


  • Water new transplants (early in morning best)
  • Weed beds as necessary
  • Deadhead rhododendrons, azaleas, mountain laurels, and lilacs
  • Deadhead repeat blooming roses to encourage more flowers
  • Fertilize repeat blooming flowers
  • Stake tall, floppy flowers
  • Divide spring and early summer flowering perennials after the blooms fade
  • Take stem cuttings of woody shrubs, tree and perennials
  • Prune your weigela, viburnum and forsynthia after they are finished blooming
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