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Aronia American Black

· This is a native shrub in Northern MI that produces May white flowers that turn to a black edible fruit in the fall

· Very adaptable to most soil types; generally found in bogs or along streams; 36” H x 36” Wide

· Aronia prefers full sun to partial shade – best berry production in full sun

· Grow on woodland edges as it will produce suckers and will spread. Remove suckers yearly to control

· Berries are packed with vitamin C and antioxidants – reportedly 18 times better than blueberries. Very acidic so used for jams, jelly, juice and wine

Aronia American Black
Aronia American Black


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