Suitable Substitutions for Amelanchier humilis
More About Amelanchier humilis
- White flowers are held in erect clusters
- Oval to rounded green foliage
- Brilliant yellow to red foliage in the fall
- Dark blue-black edible fruit attracts birds
- Fruit, ripening July and August, can be eaten raw or cooked
- Bloom Time: Spring
Native to Ontario. Hybridizes naturally with other native amelanchier.
Low Shadbush Growing and Maintenance Tips
Growing best in a somewhat moist soil, this amelanchier can tolerate a range of soil types and conditions. Tends to sucker, and unless controlled, it will form a colony.
Amelanchier humilis Characteristics
Native to Ontario
Moist to Average
Moist to Wet Soils
Average to Dry Soils