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Latin Name- Aronia Melanocarpa Hardy Planting Zone- 3-8 Mature Height- 3-6 ft Width- 6-10 ft Sun or Shade- Partial Shade OR Full Sun

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Black Chokeberry - Aronia Melanocarpa 


The black chokeberry bush
The black chokeberry bush is attractive because it has a blackberry type feel even though the dark berries on the forest are not like the blackberries you would eat. This bush looks like an ornamental bush that you can use to make your lawn look a little bit more interesting, and you will find out how much easier it is to get the results that you want when you want to make a nice setup aside from the house. The house will look great because you can feature these berries out front, or you can put them in the back of the house.

The chokeberry bush is not poisonous, but it will not be that great for eating. This is more of a forest you use when your ant to have wildlife coming close to the house. These animals will want to chew on the berries, and they will give you a lot of sightings that you have been hoping for. You also need to be sure that you have figured out how you can plant it so that it has a lot of room.

You can spread these bushes out across the back of your house, and you can use them to make sure that you have coverage for a part of your lawn. You might ring your garden with this very same thing, and you will start to get pretty interested in the way that you can time them and help them breathe. You can have just one of these bushes, or you can make a lot of them so that they will look great and you will notice that the berries bring in more birds and animals that you can watch with your family. You can give the house color from green tot he dark berries, and you can attract wildlife just as much.

The Black Chokeberry is a member of the well-known rose family. The black chokeberry grows less than a foot each year. The black chokeberry can quickly adapt to almost any type of soil from moist, wet to dry ground.