Aronia melanocarpa5-10' x same. Bismarck, ND, 2008. Cultivar selected for use in farm windbreaks and wildlife conservation plantings. Extremely hardy, they don’t mind Z3 winters and wind. This medium-sized shrub fruits abundantly. The name comes from the North Dakota site where the original seedlings were planted in 1976 and still thrive today. Maine Grown.
471 McKenzie Black Chokeberry
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All chokeberries are self-pollinating. Plant 3-10' apart.