Due to overwhelming demand, we are not accepting online orders until we have fulfilled the orders we have currently. We will be restocking our inventory in July. We are open for in person sales every Friday and Saturday from 9am to 3pm for the season. Hope to see you at the farm!
Serviceberry, also called Juneberry or Shadblow is a deciduous, early-flowering, large shrub or small tree. It is an understory tree, often found growing in clumps in swamps, bogs, lowlands, and thickets and grows 15-25 feet tall. In spring the showy, fragrant flowers bloom in clusters before leaf-out. The purple berry-like drupes follow and are attractive to wildlife and edible by humans. They are self-fertile and don’t require a partner plant, although the addition of a second species should improve the berry production. In fall the leaves turn showy red and orange. This tree prefers part shade and moist well-drained sandy loam but is adaptable to both wet and dry sites and various soil types.