Amelanchier interior Nielsen
Family: Rosaceae
inland Juneberry, inland serviceberry, Pacific serviceberry, Wiegand's shadbush
[Amelanchier wiegandii Nielsen]
Amelanchier interior image
Kitty Kohout  
Amelanchier interior image
University of Wisconsin - Madison (WIS-VP)  
Etymology: Amelanchier: from an old French common name, snowy-mespilus
Plants: perennial shrub
Conservation Status: Native
- ovary tomentose at summit

- leaves truncate to slightly cordate at base, acute to short-acuminate at tip; glabrous (mostly - can be somewhat hairy when young and some hairs may persist on veins below)

- teeth > 20(25) per side on larger leaves