Chokecherry

amurchokecherryZone 2 H(30′) W(25′)

Amur Chokecherry
Prunus maackii
The deciduous leaves are three inches long and are joined in early to mid-May by an explosion of white, fragrant flowers in two to three-inch-long racemes. The multitude of tiny black fruits which follow ripen in August and are quite attractive to birds. The bark is a handsome cinnamon brown peeling off in shaggy masses on the trunk.


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