The Black Chokeberry displays white, showy flower clusters and glossy dark green leaves in the spring. Come fall, the leaves will change to tones of purple, red, and orange. This deciduous shrub produces tart and bitter fruits that are the size of blueberries.
- Produces astringent berries – great for jams or jellies
- Displays tiny white blooms in clusters of 5-6 in the spring
- Tolerates a wide variety of soils
- Is native to Eastern North America