June Berry , scientific name:Amelanchier canadensis , is a hardy deciduous tree of the department Rosaceae of genus amelanchier. It is called June Berry because it ready to harvest fruit in the United States in June. Flowers are white and slender five-petaled flowers bloom Bell. After flowering the leaves expand, Wakaba was Ming the autumn early winter the leaves bright green. Mature fruit similar to the fruit of the rose and dark reddish-purple. Sweet berries are edible and eaten raw or used as processed products such as jams. It is a tree suitable for ornamental flowers, fruit also leaves, resistant to cold, pests and diseases, and wetlands. Amelanchier asiatica in Japan but the smaller fruits and flowers and fruit, but unfortunately it doesn't eat.
Common name: June Berry,
scientific name:Amelanchier canadensis ,
also known as: amelanchier canadensis
origin: Northeastern North America, life-form: hardy deciduous tree, height: 10 m, bark color: gray, Brown, young leaves may turn red: October-11 months, leaf arrangement: alternate, lamina length: 5-10 cm, Leaf width: 3-4 cm, leaf shape, oval shape, petiole length: 2 cm, leaf: heavy serrated, radiative symmetry flowers, racemes, bisexual flowers, flowering: April-June, petals: white, linear, flower diameter: 2 cm, petal count: 5, sepals 5 images, stamens number: 15-20, column number: five, 10 or so ago flowers bloom: branches there, bloom, Calyx-tube shaped, bell-shaped, ornamental ending (real time): June-July, fruit color: red and dark red-purple, actual size: 1-2 cm, uses: trees, timber, fruit is edible.