Amelanchier Grandiflora Robin Hill




This notable tree is similar to Amelanchier lamarckii in many ways but its principle differences are the colour of the flowers while in bud (a delicate pink) and its a tidier option with regular branching resulting in a neat, broadly conical shape, reaching  7m (23ft) in height.

The buds of Robin Hill burst open in March in a flurry of white stars, blush pink on the undersides, as the leaves emerge and open shades of coppery brown. The eye-catching berries ripen to a rosy red in June to be followed by wonderful late summer and autumn foliage of glowing orange and red. The berries are great for attracting birds.  Robin Hill always makes a lovely specimen tree for the lawn, or would add spring, summer and autumn interest to a  border.

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