(x) Amelasorbus 'Jackii'

(x) Amelasorbus 'Jackii'

Vernacular name: Rowan-alder-leaved serviceberry 'of Jacki'
Family: Rosaceae

Amelasorbus 'Jackii' is a small two-metre tree belonging to the Rosaceae family. Originally from the northern United States, this shrub is called a "hybrid" because it is the result of a cross between Amelanchier Alnifolia and Sorbus Scopulina. It is a plant covered with pretty little white flowers and deciduous and petiolate leaves. It is in season from April to May and also produces fruits called " piridions ". The latter are described as being complex pome fruits consisting of the floral receptacle that has become fleshy, welded to the ovary.


Trees and shrubs

Leaf color

  • Orange
  • Red
  • Green

Ground type

  • Neutral


Zone 6: from -23°C to -17°C

Interesting plant

  • In spring


2 to 3m
1 to 2m

Flower color

  • White


  • Sunny

Use in the garden

  • Massif
  • Park
  • Parterre

Notable interests:

  • Foliage
  • Fruit