Serviceberry - Cole's Select
Shrubby Tree Has Brilliant Orange Foliage
The Cole's Select Serviceberry, Amelanchier 'Cole's Select', is an excellent 20'-25' shrubby tree with a 12'-15' spread. It can be left to grow as a shrub or pruned into a single or multi-trunked tree.
It has a spreading form and is grown for its yellow orange fall coloration.
It is covered with white flowers in the early spring prior to leafing out. 'Cole's Select’ displays new foliage that is often silvery or reddish, turning green as it matures.
The edible, blue-black fruit ripens in midsummer and is readily eaten by birds as it matures.
It adapts well to the climatic conditions of the upper mid west.
'Cole's Select' requires a well drained soil and full sun.
You can enjoy the foliage in the fall as it turns an excellent yellow-orange to a red-purple color!
*White Flowers in Spring
*Yellow Orange Fall Foliage
|Family||Amelandhier 'Cole's Select'|
|Mature Height||20 to 25 feet|
|Mature Spread||12 to 15 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring|