This cultivar of Serviceberry, Amelanchier x grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’, is a native, upright shrub or small tree with spreading branches that can reach a mature height of 15-25 feet. Beginning in late April, white, five-petaled flowers cover the plant and are highly attractive to pollinators. Flowers are quickly followed by black, edible berries that are adored by song birds. A plant for all seasons, this Serviceberry has handsome green foliage that turn a striking orange to red fall color, contrasted against the silver bark and giving this cultivar its ‘Autumn Brilliance’ moniker. Serviceberry is a harbinger of spring with pink flower buds that open to reveal the abundant white flowers.