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  • Silver surferSilver surfer Posts: 4,214
    We love our multistemmed amelanchier ... planted it 5 years ago ... as it’s multistemmed if it gets too large you can just take one of the taller stems out at the base, but can’t see us needing to do that for a good while if ever. 
    Wonderful blossom, the blackbirds love the fruit and the autumn colour is glorious. This is ours this morning 

    and last autumn

    I agree Amelanchier are wonderful ...however they are not native to UK.

    I was trying to stick to  lukerathbone284kYSR9xAb request of native.
    "would prefer something that's native and good for local wildlife."

    Sadly the list of UK native trees is incredibly short..approx 30.
    Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
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