Also known as Amelanchier spicata, which is probably the correct Latin name but not widely recognized.
This rare species is a short-statured Juneberry native to sunny edges and glades on thin soil, in bedrock cracks in ridgelines, and other fairly non-competitive environments. It tends to run laterally on short stolons, becoming a multi-stemmed shrub over time. It will need protection from deer, and also relief from tall competitive and weedy plants.
Flowers are a bit smaller than the common Juneberry species, but the fruit is still tasty.
This is a limited offering from us, when these sell out they will be out of stock for a while.
Height: 1-4′ Blooms: April
Habitat: Dry to average, sun to part sun
Deer Resistance: Low