Red Chokeberry Picture

Really gorgeous multi-stemmed shrub, pretty flat-topped clusters of white flowers with dark red anthers in May give rise to bunches of bright red berries that persist into winter (and that birds and people love to eat), glossy dark green oval leaves turn fantastic orange-red in fall, will grow well in acid soil, somewhat salt tolerant, host plant for several butterflies and moths including Coral Hairstreaks (Satyrium titus) and Bluish Spring Moths (Lomographa semiclarata), good Rain Garden plant.

Dry To Wet
Sun To Part Shade
6-12' tall (3-6' wide)
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Woody Shrub

Native Range: NB, s. QC and s. ON, south to OK & e. TX

Currently sold out of both plants and seeds



Red Chokeberry Drawing


Red Chokeberry Picture