serviceberry

NOUN
  1. edible purple or red berries
  2. any of various North American trees or shrubs having showy white flowers and edible blue-black or purplish fruit
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How To Use serviceberry In A Sentence

  • The eggs were not laid until the last week of April, as the weather warmed up, serviceberry bloomed, and maples, poplars, birches, and beeches were leafing out.
  • This is also known as Juneberry or serviceberry depending on where you live and who you learned your kennings from. Narrow window of opportunity
  • Often planted in landscapes, Juneberry, also known as serviceberry, is not common in the wilds of the five boroughs. NYT > Home Page
  • As chokecherry and serviceberry blossoms fade into a plump, hot August, I too expect fall and then winter. Emma Lou Thayne: Prayers Of Longing And Thanks
  • The eggs were not laid until the last week of April, as the weather warmed up, serviceberry bloomed, and maples, poplars, birches, and beeches were leafing out.
  • Often perched along the Gulf rim is the common serviceberry, a tree whose inch-wide white flowers bloom in late March, just before the leaves expand.
  • Sarvis" is correctly called serviceberry, and is one of the earliest trees to bloom in the spring. undefined
  • Eighty new trees will be planted, Kousa dogwood, Eastern redbud, downy serviceberry, sourwood, Yoshino cherry, and tulip poplar among them.
  • Eighty new trees will be planted, Kousa dogwood, Eastern redbud, downy serviceberry, sourwood, Yoshino cherry, and tulip poplar among them.
  • He includes fruits like juneberry, also known as serviceberry, shadbush or saskatoon (Amelanchier spp.). RutlandHerald.com
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