Wild Strain-Central Michigan Prolific-Dense Clusters of Small Fruit Edible Landscape
Vast acres of this plant grow in mid Michigan usually surrounded by holly, popular, blueberries and pin oak. Fruit is produced in dense clusters all along the branches. Has a fuller flavor than Nero. Can grow in dry soil and part shade. Reddish-purple fall color. Our Ecos strain was collected from a dense stand with full clusters of fruit. Plants produce when 2-3' tall. 6 ft. tall with a 4 ft. width at maturity.
|Scientific Name||Aronia prunifolia Ecos|