Amelanchier alnifolia -Muchovník olšolistý
Amelanchier are sparse woody shrubs or small trees with upright stems growing to 2-3 meters. They come from North America and Canada. The bark is gray or less often brown. The leaves are deciduous, petiolate, alternate, simple, variously elliptic to round, 0.5-10 × 0.5 to 5.5 cm big, from thin to leathery, with smooth surfaces or densely feathered in bloom, and in adulthood . Leaves in fall dramatically turn red or orange. The inflorescence is composed in erect or drooping racemes with 1-20 flowers, either in groups of one to four flowers or grapes with 4-20 flowers. The white flowers are five round petals, 2,6-25 mm long. In our conditions efflorescence serviceberry from early April until mid or late May by growing region. In the hot lowlands blooms earlier in colder locations later. The fruit is a pome, in color from red to purple to almost black, 5-18 mm high, in the range of flavors from sweet, juicy. Fruits ripen again according to the place of production from June to July.