Serviceberries are beautiful native trees with tasty edible fruit. Recently I picked several fruits to eat with cereal and freeze for smoothies. Usually, the birds beat me to the fruit, but this year my tree has such a large crop that I was able to share.
Serviceberry (Amelanchier sp.), also called Juneberry, are native here. I often see them growing along streams and rivers. They are all in the apple family and thus has a pome fruit, not a berry. However, since we eat the entire fruit, it is often called a berry.