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Aronia, A new commercial berry crop for America

Aronia, A new commercial berry crop for America

| March 12, 2011 | 2 Comments

Aronia melanocarpa is a woody, perennial shrub that is native to the northeastern quarter of the Umited States and Southeastern Canada.  It grows in full sun and along woodland edges. Early in the 20th century, aronia was introduced to Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia where high quality, large fruited cultivars were selected.  In the last […]

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Aronia, Great Super Food

Aronia, Great Super Food

| August 2, 2010 | 6 Comments

Every year at the Tinytrees garden I try something new to grow, mainly anything healthy and that can be eaten. Last year I planted some bareroot Choke Berries (Aronia) and this year it produced its first crop. Their are two varieties available Black (Aronia melanocarpa) and Red (Aronia arbutifoilia). The variety I grow is Aronia melanocarpa. The Chokeberry or Aronia […]

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