Amelanchier Canadensis seeds


Pollination is required for seeds in order to start the endosperm formation.


Amelanchier Canadensis flower

Amelanchier Canadensis have both male and female organs present in its flowers, meaning that the organism is hermaphroditic. Pollination occurs when bees or other small insects land on the flower and drink the plants nectar. The nectar then is fertilized by the remnants of the pollen from the last plant that the bee or insect may have been visiting.

 The beautiful white flowers begin to bloom in March. The flowers ripen into berries by early summer time.