2 edition of American species of Amelanchier found in the catalog.
|Statement||with 14 maps and 23 plates. By George Neville Jones|
|Series||Illinois biological monographs -- v. 20, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||QK495.A493 J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
SPECIES: Amelanchier alnifolia GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Saskatoon serviceberry is a native, deciduous shrub or small tree reaching 3 to 26 feet ( m) at maturity. Grown alone, the crown is rounded with spreading to erect branches [ 51 ]. Amelanchier will not do well planted anywhere near a juniper, but other than that issue it does not have many health concerns since it is a native plant. Conclusion There are a number of Amelanchier species and most of them can be identified by their low growth habit, no more then 20’ typically, smooth bark, pointed buds, and blueberry like.
Closely Related Species: Miscellaneous: Entices birdlife to the garden, North American native, Attracts butterflies, Blooms are very showy ; Genus Detail: Amelanchier; Further Reading and References: Here and Here. Juneberry: see shadbushshadbush, Juneberry, or serviceberry, any species of the genus Amelanchier of the family Rosaceae (rose family), chiefly North American shrubs or trees conspicuous in the early spring for their white blossoms. .. Click the link for more information.. juneberry juneberry Small shrubby tree up to 24 ft (8m) with berries that.
Amelanchier ovalis is a deciduous Shrub growing to 5 m (16ft 5in) at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 5 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in May, and the seeds ripen in July. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy. The Amelanchier-Malacomeles-Peraphyllum (AMP) clade consists of ca. 26 species distributed in North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and northwestern Africa.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, George Neville, American species of Amelanchier. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, Amelanchier (/ æ m ə ˈ l æ n ʃ ɪər / am-ə-LAN-sheer), also known as shadbush, shadwood or shadblow, serviceberry or sarvisberry (or just sarvis), juneberry, saskatoon, sugarplum, wild-plum or chuckley pear, is a genus of about 20 species of deciduous-leaved shrubs and small trees in the rose family ().
Amelanchier is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, Clade: Tracheophytes. American species of Amelanchier by Jones, George Neville, Publication date Topics Botany, Amelanchier This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) American Libraries.
Uploaded by TriciaD-loader on Febru SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Serviceberry (Amelanchier spp.) is a small deciduous tree or shrub with attractive white spring blossoms, that provides year-round interest in the landscape, as well as producing edible called shadblow, shadbush, juneberry and saskatoon in different areas of the country, there are several different species that occur over most parts of the United States.
An excellent monograph of the American species of the genus Amelanchier, even though it is rather dated and there have been numerous name changes as a result of new information. The plant is harvested from the wild for local use as a food, and sometimes also as a medicine and source of materials.
An excellent monograph of the American species of the genus Amelanchier, even though it is rather dated and there have been numerous name changes as a result of new information. Propagation Seed - it is best harvested 'green', when the seed is fully formed but before the seed coat has hardened, and then sown immediately in pots outdoors or in a.
Serviceberry, (genus Amelanchier), genus of some 20 species of flowering shrubs and small trees of the rose family (Rosaceae). Most species are North American; exceptions include the snowy mespilus (Amelanchier ovalis), which ranges over Europe, and the. The genus Amelanchier contains about 16 species native to North America , Mexico , and Eurasia to northern Africa .
The word amelanchier is derived from the French common name amelanche of the European serviceberry, Amelanchier ovalis.
Amelanchier alnifolia, the saskatoon, Pacific serviceberry, western serviceberry, alder-leaf shadbush, dwarf shadbush, chuckley pear, or western juneberry, is a shrub with edible berry-like fruit, native to North America from Alaska across most of western Canada and in the western and north-central United ically, it was also called pigeon : Angiosperms.
The Amelanchier genus is made up of about 20 species of shrubs and small deciduous trees commonly known as Serviceberry, Shadbush, Sarvisberry, Juneberry, Saskatoon serviceberry, Shadblow, Shadwood, Sugarplum, and Wild-plum.
Serviceberry species have erect or drooping flowers in clusters of one to four flowers, or in racemes with 4 to 20 flowers.
The flowers have. Welcome to the National Register of Champion Trees. Search the register below to see Champion Trees by species or look to see which ones are in your state. You can even search Champion Trees by size or total points. The Champion Trees in the National Register are the biggest of their species as reported to American Forests in the most current year.
Species of Amelanchier are used in horticulture, and cultivars of A. alnifolia, A. canadensis, A. laevis, and A. lamarckii Schroeder are especially popular. Amelanchier lamarckii was named from plants grown in European gardens from plants originally from eastern North America (F.-G.
Schroeder ). ©J.S. Peterson. USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center (NPDC). United States, MO, Saint Louis, Missouri Botanical Garden. Octo Usage Requirements. Amelanchier, also known as shadbush, serviceberry, sarvisberry, juneberry, saskatoon, shadblow, shadwood, sugarplum, wild-plum, and mespilus,is a genus of about 20 species of small deciduous trees and large shrubs in the family Rosaceae.
The genus is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, growing primarily in early successional : Rosaceae. consult the Plant Profile page for this species on the PLANTS Web site.
Habitat: Serviceberry is an understory tree, often found growing in clumps in swamps, lowlands, and thickets. It is considered a coastal species of low elevations (Brown and Brown, ). In the Northeast, it File Size: KB. The results of a study of the Amelanchier Medik.
(Rosaceae) species naturalized in a secondary habitat are presented. Hypotheses about the expansion of A. alnifolia in Russia and the origin of A.
spicata (Lam.) K. Koch, A. lamarskii F.-G. Schroeder, and A. confusa Hylander are offered. A reasoned warning concerning the limited use of A. spicata in forest plantations is Cited by: 4.
Statistics. The Plant List includes 78 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these 14 are accepted species names.
The Plant List includes a further 55 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because. WOOD PRODUCTS VALUE: In areas where common serviceberry grows big enough, it is used for pulpwood .
IMPORTANCE TO LIVESTOCK AND WILDLIFE: At least 40 bird species and several dozen mammal species eat the fruit of the Amelanchier genus. Mammals that use common serviceberry include squirrels, chipmunks, mice, voles, foxes, black bears, and elk.
Amelanchier xgrandiflora is a hybrid between these species with many more profusely blooming cultivars. Shadblow serviceberry, Amelanchier canadensis is a multi-stemmed shrub. These trees are a wonderful native choice for urban sites where the native soils haven't been stripped and compaction and road salt isn't too heavy.
Amelanchier canadensis (bilberry, Canadian serviceberry, chuckle-berry, currant-tree, juneberry, shad-blow serviceberry, shad-blow, shadbush, shadbush serviceberry, sugarplum, thicket serviceberry) is a species of Amelanchier native to eastern North America in Canada from Newfoundland west to southern Ontario, and in the United States from Maine south to : Rosaceae.
Common Name Scientific Name Bloom period / color Size Notes Trees Tuliptree. Red maple. Acer rubrum. Mar-Apr / red ’ very adaptable to light and moisture conditions Serviceberries.
Amelanchier. species Mar-May / white ’ good fall color and edible berries. Whatever name you know it by, Amelanchier are a very desirable large shrub to small tree suitable for gardens in zones 2 to 8.
If you are not familiar with this genus, let me give you some details. There are about 25 species of Amelanchier worldwide along with many hybrids. The vast majority of species hail from North America (17 species). Apomixis and hybridization together contribute to taxonomic complexity inAmelanchier.
Hybridization combines genetically divergent genomes and spawns new forms that apomixis perpetuates. Apomixis is aposporous, facultative, and pseudogamous in the genus, and apomicts are generally polyploid, pollen fertile, and pollinated by generalists.
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