Black Chokeberry


Aronia melanocarpa


4 in stock

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Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa) has many attractive features, one of the most well known being its rich, dark berries. The black berries hang in heavy clumps and are best picked when ripe after a frost; they are most commonly used in jams or jellies because of their high pectin levels. Flowers are white blooms appearing in the late spring; foliage turns a vibrant red and orange in the fall season. Because it is seen as a smaller shrub it is a popular choice for gardens that do not have much space.


Additional information

Weight .13 kg
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 40 cm
Flower Colour


Bloom Period


Fall Colours

Orange, Red


Bees, Birds

Poisonous To Humans?
Moisture Requirements


Soil Requirements

Clay Loam to Sandy Loam

Light Requirements

Full Sun, Partial Shade