Juneberries or Service berries are hardy shrubs that produce berries. Juneberry bushes can be found in the united states and Canada. June berries are harvested in June or July, but the time can vary across the united states. These berries can be picked about 45-60 days after their bloom and are a dark purple color when ripe. They can be used in jelly, pie or wine, but are popular fresh. If you grow them you may want to put up nets as the birds also love them.
- The Juneberry plants are easily grown all over the United States and Canada
- Juneberries are good whether they are eaten directly from the plant or used in baking
- Birds will eat Juneberries, so the plants should be protected from birds
“Extremely cold hardy, the trees can be found all across the United States and Canada. “
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