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Where can I get chokeberry plants?

Harold M.
user 9605086
Gorham, ME
Post #: 2
Where can I get chokeberry, commercial, free, or exchange?
Greg M.
user 3541854
Acton, ME
Post #: 524
Harold, quite a few good nurseries are selling chokeberry, aka aronia (Aronia melanocarpa). Bellow are several links to check out. I listed Raintree nurseries first because of this fun quote from their page: "It’s not an “aronia’s conclusion” that this, Goumi and Sea Buckthorn are the most productive fruiting bushes available."
http://www.raintreenu...­
https://www.onegreenw...­
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http://www.oikostreec...­
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http://www.fedcoseeds...­
http://www.fedcoseeds...­
http://www.sln.potsda...­
All these sources are likely done shipping for this year, but Edible Landscaping ships in pots throughout the season. Having said that they seem to be out of Aronia at the moment. http://ediblelandscap...­

Aronia melanocarpa has been added to the ever growing list of "super foods". I usually think of this description as a marketing tool but with so little breeding time under it's belt that may well be reasonable.... http://eatthis.menshe...­
Dennis
user 87611852
New Gloucester, ME
Post #: 11
Greg,

Is "choke berry" also known as "choke cherry"?
David H.
PostCarbonDesign
Oxford, ME
Post #: 509
Chokeberry or Aronia is completely different than Chokecherry.
Jesse S.
user 29709632
Harrison, ME
Post #: 80
Shop local= Fedco or Burnt Meadow Nursery
Dennis
user 87611852
New Gloucester, ME
Post #: 12
Greg, thanks for going to all the trouble to put these links together. They are fantastic!

Peace,
Dennis
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