Title

Description of the shadbush, which comprises the majority of underbrush in Maine

Authors

Richard Grant

Source

Down East

Date

5-1-1997

Pages

40-42

Abstract

Description of the shadbush, which comprises the majority of underbrush in Maine, and blooms profusely with small white flowers for two weeks of the year. The shad, a distant cousin of the rose, is something between a bush and a tree, growing slowly to fifteen feet or more. The shad's flowering occurs in Maine in April, between the end of winter and the beginning of spring.

Subjects

Amelanchier, Plants

Full text is not available here. Please contact the Library for a copy of the article.

Share

COinS