Roundleaf Serviceberry - Amelanchier sanguinea
The rounded leaves of this serviceberry are short, coarsely toothed, and hairy when young. This is a shrub or small tree (to 40 feet) with an upright crown of erect or somewhat drooping branches. Primarily a western species with a range to central Alaska, it also occurs east of the Rockies. It can grow on rocky slopes or moist streamsides alike. The bark is smooth and often tinged red or gray. The flowers are produced in 3-20 branched clusters; each flower with a bell-shaped calyx, with strapped-shaped white petals. The fruit is fleshy and edible.