Aronia melanocarpa elata

White flowers clusters in May followed by very nutritious black fruit, liked by birds and people. Tolerant of wet or dry soils. Fall color ranges from red to orange to purple.
Item #
156
Keywords
CHOKEBERRY, GLOSSY BLACK
Zone
3

Aronia melanocarpa elata


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White flowers clusters in May followed by very nutritious black fruit, liked by birds and people. Tolerant of wet or dry soils. Fall color ranges from red to orange to purple.

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