An upright, open small tree. It produces panicles of white flowers in spring, followed by purplish fruit in the summer. The fall foliage is orange-red. It is a nice street tree because of minimal suckering and good form. Grows well in sun to part shade, with well-drained soil. Introduced in 1970 by William Flemmer III.
- Common Name: Cumulus® Serviceberry
- Height: 20' tall
- Spread: 15' wide
- Type: Deciduous
- Zone: 4 - 8