Black-chokeberry-bush, black chokeberry upright form of 'autumn magic' black chokeberry (aronia melanocarpa) is an adaptable shrub native to minnesota with hardiness and wide tolerance to a variety of soil textures, densities, ph levels and moisture conditions.. The black chokeberry (aronia melanocarpa) is a deciduous shrub from north america. it features white flowers, black fruits, and red fall foliage., black chokeberry is a dependable small to medium sized shrub with upright, mounded habit. small clusters of white flowers in spring are followed by glossy black fruit. dark green foliage turns reddish-purple in the fall.. A very adaptable shrub with brilliant fall color ranging from crimson to apricot and 2-inch shiny black fruits., black chokeberry is a medium-size shrub with multiple seasons of interest. starting with showy clusters of white flowers in early summer, followed by dark purple fruits greatly appreciated by robins, this adaptable shrub closes the growing season with beautiful, wine red fall foliage..
Tolerates road salt people are using native shrubs like black chokeberry (aronia melanocarpa var.elata) as part of a big design trend in gardening. and it is no hardship to include a compact variety that looks great all growing season. black chokeberry is found in low-lying wooded areas, and has a very adaptable nature., the black chokeberry is an excellent landscape shrub with multi-season interest. the dark, glossy leaves turn purple, orange and a brilliant red in fall. white flowers are borne in clusters and precede the clusters of blue-black colored fruit..
Black chokeberry is a multi-stemmed, deciduous, eastern north american shrub. it reaches 4–8 feet in height, but in cultivation, and with selection of hybrids, many plants available in commerce reach only the lower end of this height range. the plant’s habit is multi-stemmed, and plants can form large, dense colonies over time.