Medium shrub with edible fruit; below 8,000′ elev.; good wildlife species.
Tall shrub with edible fruit; grows well on most soils; to 8,000′ elev.; good wildlife species.
Purple new foliage, clear red-pink flowers, and abundant dark red fruit. mature height of 20 ft with a spread. purple leaves in the spring later turn to reddish green. In May pinkish red flowers form all over the tree. Flowers give rise to dark-red fruit . The fruit hangs provides food for song birds.Easily grown on a host of sites all across the temperature zones
Low shrub with edible fruit; best on sandy to loamy soils; to 7,500′ elev.; short lived.
Tall shrub with edible fruit and attractive flowers; for mountain sites up to 9,000′ elev.
Small tree with pinkish flower in spring, leaves turn yellow-orange in fall. Fruit good for wildlife in fall.
Nice red fruit good for jelly; grows well in most soils; medium shrub with edible fruit; to 9000 feet elevation
Pie Cherry. Needs two trees for pollination
Medium shrub with edible fruit; grows well on most soils; to 9,000′ elev. Proven Performer and can be used in multi-row windbreaks in our area to provide windward side density to multi-row windbreaks OR where single row consisting of density and short barrier is desired.
Fruit resembles concord in color and flavor but the cluster and berries are smaller. Berries are seedless. Highly regarded as a pie grape and excellent for jam and jelly. Zone 5