Origin : area of origin
wild or cultivated
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Amelanchier vulgaris Moench. AMELANCHIER. Mountains of Europe and adjoining portions of Asia.  This species has long been cultivated in England, where its fruit, though not highly palatable, is eatable. It is valued more for its flowers than its fruit. 
- ↑ Pickering, C. Chron. Hist. Pls. 356. 1879.
- ↑ Johns, C. A. Treas. Bot. 1:50. 1870.