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A small tree, about 18 feet tall, with many small white flowers. It's bark was greyish brown with some light colored areas. It's leaves are about 2 inches long, and they did not look serrated.


Found in my front yard, growing alongside mixed brush and loblolly pines


I did not see any pollinating insects at this tree ( Butterflies, bees )

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1 Comment

JessicaHelmbold 9 years ago

Definitely a member of the Rose family- Rosaceae. Possibly a serviceberry (Amelanchier).

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Louisiana, USA

Spotted on Mar 20, 2014
Submitted on Mar 22, 2014

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