Hi, I’m Randall, and I’m here in front of our house with, uh, one of the trees that my wife planted about seven years ago. It is the autumn brilliance serviceberry tree, and in the spring, it has beautiful white flowers, uh, but, right now, actually, the fruit is coming on. You can see it has kind of purplish, blackish, uh, fruit. They’re very sweet. Let me pick off one here. Um, let’s try it. Very sweet.
The tree grows to about 20-feet tall . . . or 25-feet tall, and you have to be careful because if you don’t pick the fruit first, the birds will get ‘em (them).