Lamarckii Serviceberry is very similar to A. laevis, getting a little bit taller and retaining its late summer and fall foliage a little better. The showy white flower clumps appear in May, followed by edible purple-black fruit in June. They resemble Huckleberries somewhat, and birds and other animals gobble them down with relish (as did early American settlers). The fall color is shades of orange, yellow and red. Wet site tolerant.