Amelanchier canadensis - Serviceberry
An ornamental spring blossoming tree/shrub which attracts a variety of native bee species and honey bees.
A deciduous shrub or small tree with beautiful early-flowering spring white flowers that are lightly fragrant and appear before the leaves. Its dark green leaves change to orange-red in autumn. Flowers are followed by purple berries which are edible and can be used in cooking.
"Host plant for caterpillars of various large, showy butterflies". 100 Plants to Feed the Bees
Height: 15-30 ft
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Bloom Color: White flowers, purple berries
Bloom time: April, May