|Natural range of Amelanchier sanguinea|
Amelanchier sanguinea, known as red-twigged shadbush or roundleaf serviceberry, is a shrub native to eastern North America. It can grow up to 3 metres (9.8 ft) tall, and has edible sweet-flavored fruits that are red when young and become purple or dark-blue when they ripen. Like all Amelanchier fruit, these resemble a berry, but are actually pomes.
- Amelanchier sanguinea information from the University of Maine
- Amelanchier sanguinea information from Plants for a Future database
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