Thicket serviceberry or shadblow serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis) is usually a shrub or small tree (up to 25’ tall) with a crooked or leaning crown. Leaves are 3 ½” long, rounded with oval-teeth and short-pointed tip. Leaves are dull green and woolly on the underside of the leaf. Twigs are slender and relatively straight. Flowers are white and arranged in upright clusters that appear in very early spring before their leaves. Fruits is 1/3” long, dry and tasteless, and arranged in upright clusters. The fruit is green and ripens to red then blue-black. Native to eastern North America from the Atlantic Coastal Plains of Newfoundland to Georgia, thicket serviceberry is common in wooded swamps and other wetlands habitats.