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Beautiful multi-stemmed deciduous shrub produces clusters of " white flowers in April and May, edible black berries develop that are eagerly eaten by songbirds in late summer through fall, dark green oval leathery leaves turn gorgeously orange/red in the fall, host plant for for several butterflies and moths including Coral Hairstreaks (Satyrium titus) and Praeclara Underwings (Catocala praeclara), will tolerate irregular to seasonal inundation and acid soil, moderately salt tolerant, 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: Newfoundland through s ON, south to MS and the GA mountains

Black Chokeberry - 4-5 foot tall in a Gallon pot $34.25
Black Chokeberry - 5-6 foot tall in a Gallon pot $38.25
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