Black chokeberry - Aronia melanocarpa
Update 9/21-we shoud be able to restock. please check back later today!
Features: This has larger flowers and a smaller form than its red relative. White flowers turn to black berries by the end of summer and it has pretty orange-red fall color. Attracts a range of native bees, butterflies and moths and its berries provide food for birds and small mammals.
Light: Full to partial sun
Soil: Moist to medium
Height: 3-6 feet, bushy
Blooms: April to May
Chicago Botanic Garden has INFORMATION on it.