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Image of Actinidia deliciosa photo by: Keith Weller, USDA/ARS

Keith Weller, USDA/ARS

(Chinese Gooseberry, Fuzzy Kiwi, Kiwi)

Kiwi are vigorous, deciduous, woody vines that are native to China. By fall, they develop brown, fuzzy, edible, egg-shaped fruits. These taste like tangy green grapes and have a green, juicy interior with a ring of small edible black seeds. Fruits are preceded by fragrant ivory to yellow flowers, and long, medium green, heart-shaped leaves cover plants throughout the growing season. Kiwi are dioecious, which means that each gender is found on separate plants, so gardeners need two plants, a male...

(Fuzzy Kiwi, Vincent Kiwi)

This is a large-fruited selection of a vigorous, deciduous, woody vine native to China. By fall, ‘Vincent’ develops brown, fuzzy, edible, egg-shaped fruits. These taste like tangy green grapes and have a green, juicy interior with a ring of small edible black seeds. The fruits are preceded by fragrant ivory to yellow flowers in spring. The leaves are heart-shaped and cover the twining stems through the growing season. The parent species is dioecious, which means that each gender is found on separate...

Image of Actinidia kolomikta photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Kolomikta Kiwi, Variegated Kiwi Vine)

Hardy kiwi is a deciduous, twining, woody vine native to the temperate regions of East Asia. It is grown for its excellent hardiness, colorful foliage and delicious, smooth-skinned fruit. The leaves are ovate to oblong with a heart-shaped base and green when they emerge. On plants that are of bearing age, the outer half of the leaf turns color when it is time to flower. Closest to the stem the leaves remain green; the tips turn white finally blushing to pink, rose and raspberry producing a stunning...

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Jesse Saylor

(Arctic Beauty Kiwi, Kolomikta Kiwi)

Hardy kiwi is a deciduous, twining, woody vine native to the temperate regions of East Asia. It is grown for its excellent hardiness, colorful foliage and delicious, smooth-skinned fruit. The leaves of ‘Arctic Beauty’ are ovate to oblong with a heart-shaped base and green when they emerge and are smaller that other hardy kiwi varieties. On plants that are of bearing age, the outer half of the leaf turns color when it is time to flower. Closest to the stem the leaves remain green; the tips turn white...

Image of Amelanchier alnifolia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Saskatoon Serviceberry)

This is one of the classic small, shrubby deciduous, landscape trees with multi-seasonal beauty. Saskatoon serviceberry displays beautiful white flowers in spring, edible berries in summer and brilliant fall foliage color. Its upright to rounded shrubby shape and smooth light gray branches offer interest in winter.

Native to northwestern North America, this Amelanchier typically has many slender trunks. Its simple, oval, green leaves appear after the showy white flowers in spring. After...

Image of Amelanchier arborea photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Serviceberry, Downy Serviceberry, Juneberry, Shadbush)

Snowy white flowers fill the branches of downy serviceberry in mid-spring followed by violet-red berries and a bright fall foliage display. A rounded deciduous shrub to small tree, it will produce root suckers and create a shrubby thicket in natural settings. It is native across the whole of eastern North America from Quebec down to Texas. In the wild, this adaptable tree can be found in many sites from lowland wetlands to dry, upland woods and rocky or sandy bluffs. Its slightly tart and sweet reddish...

Image of Amelanchier canadensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Canadian Serviceberry, Shadblow Serviceberry)

The graceful multi-stemmed habit of shadblow serviceberry, white spring flowers, edible summer fruits and bright fall foliage brings much to the landscape. A native of the eastern North America, it is a large deciduous shrub or small tree that spreads by suckers and naturally resides in wetlands, such as bogs or swamps, though it is also commonly found in moist woods and stream sides. It is very hardy and many cultivated varieties exist for garden culture. Its berry-like summer fruits are edible...

(Canadian Serviceberry, Shadblow Serviceberry)

The heavy-flowering shadblow, Spring Glory®, is relatively compact, upright and has brilliant orange and yellow fall color. The graceful multi-stemmed habit of shadblow serviceberry brings much to the landscape. Amelanchier canadensis is a native of the eastern United States and southern Canada, it is a large deciduous shrub or small tree that spreads by rhizomes and naturally resides in swampy locations. It is pretty through the seasons with its small white spring blossoms, edible summer...

Image of Amelanchier laevis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Allegheny Serviceberry)

This exceptional small tree is admired for its beautiful spring flowers, edible summer berries and glorious fall color. Allegheny serviceberry is a North American native that is naturally distributed from the Canadian province of Newfoundland southward to the states of Georgia and Alabama, so hardiness depends a lot on regional germplasm. This multi-stemmed deciduous small tree to large shrub usually inhabits moist open woods and meadows and tends to sucker and spread over time.

Bronzy new...

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Mark A. Miller

(Allegheny Serviceberry, Cumulus Allegheny Serviceberry)

This heavy blooming Allegheny serviceberry has a more narrow upright form than average. ‘Cumulus’ is an exceptional small tree admired for its beautiful spring flowers, edible summer berries and glorious fall color. This multi-stemmed deciduous small tree is North American in origin and naturally inhabits moist open woods and meadows.

Bronzy new leaves awaken in spring alongside its delicate white spring flowers. The simple oval leaves quickly turn medium green and burst into glorious shades...