Juneberry (Amelanchier canadensis)
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This species can be used as a dwarfing rootstock for Malus spp. (the apples) and Pyrus spp. (the pears).
Plants can be grown as an informal hedge. Any trimming is best done after flowering. A fairly wind-tolerant species, it can be used to give protection from the wind as part of a mixed shelterbelt.
Wood – hard, strong, close grained. Used for tool handles, small implements etc[46, 61].
Cultivation & Habitat
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