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This American native has become very popular throughout the world. Prized for its nutritious fruit and ornamental value, Aronia is covered in the spring with large clusters of snowy white flowers followed in the fall by large, attractive, blue-black berries. The grand finale is the striking, fire engine red, fall foliage in October. Very nutritious and high in anthocyanins, Aronia berries are eaten fresh but are more commonly used to make tasty juice and preserves. The very dark blue juice is also a high quality, stable, natural food color.

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Dwarf Aronia

Dwarf Aronia

Plant this cute, very compact shrub and enjoy its profuse flower display, especially tasty, jet black berries, and striking, crimson red, fall foliage. Dwarf Aronia should grow to only about 3 ft. in height.
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An easy to grow, productive small shrub, Nero grows 3- 4 ft. in height and bears abundant crops of large, jet-black berries, good for juice and wine. A beautiful ornamental, you'll enjoy Nero's abundant clusters of very dark blue fruit and striking, bright red, fall foliage.
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