73 Robin Hill Apple Serviceberry

Upright, open canopy of the Robin Hill Apple Serviceberry covered in late summer foliage.Facts About Robin Hill Apple Serviceberry

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Robin Hill'

Native to: Iowa to Maine
Crown: Upright open
Height: 20 - 30 feet
Width: 12 - 15 feet
Growth Rate: Moderate

Characteristics: This tree has pink spring flowers that fade to attract birds. Its roots are not aggressive.

Negative Features: Low branching and multi-stemmed habit requires regular pruning to develop tree form and maintain an 8'-10' high canopy suitable for street tree use. This is a short lived tree with an urban life span of 20 years.

Uses: Good for narrow setbacks. Good for underneath wires, cul-de-sacs, and tight situations where there is little room on arterial, collector, and residential streets. Best used in limited quantity. This is a good choice when a shorter tree is necessary in order not to obscure a view.

Comments: Robin Hill is a good, improved Serviceberry cultivar. This tree is effectively used along natural areas, wetlands, ponds, and drainage channels.

Engraved stone sign for Robin Hill Apple Serviceberry, Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Robin Hill.'
Cluster of green leaves with serrated edges of the Robin Hill Apple Serviceberry.
Graphic of a golden, smiling sun.
Graphic of planter dimension for 4 ft.
Graphic displaying whether tree height will work with existing utility lines.