SCIENTIFIC NAME: Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Princess Diana'
COMMON NAME: Princess Diana Apple Serviceberry
GARDEN SIZE: 15-20 ft. tall, 12-15 ft. wide
GROWTH RATE: medium
USDA ZONE: 4-9
PLANT ORIGIN: hybrid of two North American Serviceberries (A. arborea and A. laevis, both found in Tennessee)
EXPOSURE: Full sun, part shade (4 hours or more of sun each day)
WATER & SOIL: Prefers moist, well-drained acidic soil. Average water needs; will need additional water in times of drought.
HABIT (FORM): Erect, multi-stemmed, rounded, vase
FOLIAGE: Deciduous. Green foliage turns red in the fall.
FLOWERS: Yellow buds with white blooms, becoming edible berries.
CARE: Fertilize in the spring and in November with Plant-tone, Holly-tone, or a similar fertilizer.