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Slightly fragrant white flowers appear on a compact, upright, mounded form. The sweet black-purple fruit that follows is good for eating and making jelly. Gray-green foliage turns a brilliant yellow to red in the fall.
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Regent saskatoonberry tolerates a wide range of soils and conditions. Root suckers are common, potentially resulting in a shrubby growth habit.