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Juneberry or not?

Posted by freetobehis Central Indiana (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 22, 14 at 16:07

How do I know if this is a juneberry tree or the kind of tree with uneatable berries?? I have pics of two trees. The berries are slightly different. Tree #1 what do you think it is? I don't think it's a Juneberry but don't know.


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RE: Juneberry or not?

This is the other tree, the berries look a little more like juneberries but the tree also isn't as healthy either.


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RE: Juneberry or not?

Sure looks like serviceberry/juneberry, scientifically known as Amelanchier.


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RE: Juneberry or not?

1st photo is NOT juneberry (maybe like crabapple?), second one is juneberry.


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First looks like a Malus to me too.


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Well, cut one open and see what the insides of the fruit look like, that will tell.


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RE: Juneberry or not?

Me too, me too.
#1 looks like a crab, #2 is juneberry.
Eat one of each; that'll seal the deal - then, go back and eat the rest of the juneberries!


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