The Black Chokeberry plant is native to eastern North America. Creamy white ornate flowers decorate the Black Chokeberry bush in spring, followed by ink-black berries in the fall. Fall foliage is known to change from smooth green to a vibrant-red color, making the bush a seasonal beauty. Plants tend to be cold hardy and resist pests and disease, making them easy-care additions to the backyard garden once established. The berries are a rich source of antioxidants and vitamin C.
Viking Aronia Black Chokeberries are a container-friendly, ornamental shrub with antioxidant-packed fruits. This plant is loaded with wine-black berries that ripen in late summer. Great for jams, preserves, wine and baking. Self-pollinating.
Fruit Size: 0.67 in.
Days to Maturity: Perennial
Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade