Black Chokeberry (2-0)
A wetland native shrub that is adaptable to a variety of conditions. White flower clusters in spring are followed by glossy black fruit that persists into the winter (fermenting makes is tastier.) Red fall color. A member of the Rose family- so broused by deer.
- A favorite of grouse and bear, also provides food and shelter to a variety of wildlife.
- Upright shrub, colonizing.
- Adaptable- sun or half shade/ wet or dry soil.
- Windbreak or erosion control.
Seedling Size: 12-18"
Mature Height: Grows to about 6'.
Sunlight: Full Sun/ Partial Shade