shadbush

[ US /ˈʃædˌbʊʃ/ ]
NOUN
  1. 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 shadbush In A Sentence

  • Shadbush/Juneberry blooming, Canada mayflower leaves up but no flowers yet. Mixed bag
  • Other names for some of them include sarvisberry, shadbush or shadbloom (because blooming when the shad are running in eastern rivers), juneberry, and saskatoon.
  • The uplands are now covered with a dense shrub growth of bayberry, blueberry, arrowwood, and shadbush interspersed with red cedar, red maple, black cherry, pitch pine and oak. Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Rhode Island
  • Shadbush/Juneberry blooming, Canada mayflower leaves up but no flowers yet. Mixed bag
  • He includes fruits like juneberry, also known as serviceberry, shadbush or saskatoon (Amelanchier spp.). RutlandHerald.com
  • These hardy shrubs or small trees - also called shadbush, shadblow, or saskatoon - are seen as understory in sparse woods or at woodland edges.
  • The uplands are now covered with dense shrub growth of arrowwood viburnum, bayberry, blueberry and shadbush, interspersed with red cedar, red maple, sapling oaks, pitch pine, black cherry, common greenbriar and blackberry. Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Rhode Island
  • He includes fruits like juneberry, also known as serviceberry, shadbush or saskatoon (Amelanchier spp.). RutlandHerald.com
  • In trees such as apple, cherry, shadbush, and elderberry, with flowers and leaves packed in the same bud, the flowers generally bloom in one quick burst; the leaves follow almost immediately.
  • In addition to the Nantucket shadbush, sometimes called the Juneberry for its edible summer-ripening berries, the study found that at least 50 native varieties were in danger of extinction, including the coastal violet, a unique variety of violet with dissected leaves, and the hairy angelica, a small plant with a burst of tiny white flowers. NYT > Home Page
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