Order Retail Nursery Plants Online Here!

Trees Vines Rose

> Wholesale
> Support & Resources
> Gardening Q & A Library
Gardening Articles
Gardening Blog


Small Yard



Buy Chokeberry - Red at Nursery Plants
Aronia arbutifolia
Butterfly Bush - White
Butterfly Bush - White Bouquet
Chokeberry - Black
Chokeberry - Red
Compact American Cranberrybush
Dogwood - Coral Red
Dogwood - Greytwig
Dogwood - Isanti
Dogwood - Ivory Halo
Dogwood - Red Twigged
Dogwood - Redosier
Dogwood - Silky
Dogwood - Yellow Twig
Heavenly Bamboo
Honeysuckle - Red Rum
Honeysuckle - Winter
Hydrangea - Grandiflora
Hydrangea - Late Panicle
Lilac - White Persian
Mock Orange - Sweet
Mock Orange - Sweet
New Page 1
Ninebark - Darts Gold
Ninebark - Dwarf
Ninebark - Nugget
Potentilla - Abbotswood
Potentilla - McKays White
Privet - Cheyenne
Rose of Sharon - Diana
Rose of Sharon-Jeanne DArc
Snowball Bush - Common
Spice Bush
Spiraea - Japanese White
Spiraea - Renaissance
Spiraea - Snowmound
Spiraea - Tor
Spiraea - Van Houtteis
Viburnum - Arrowwood
Viburnum - Arrowwood
Viburnum - Mohican


Chokeberry - Red Facts

Mature Height
6-10 feet
Soil Type
Sand to clay
Mature Spread
3-5 feet
Flower Color
White to pink
Mature Form
Foliage Color
Green and lustrous
Growth Rate
Fall Color
Sun Exposure
Full sun to partial shade
Soil Moisture
Widely adaptable
About the Chokeberry - Red :

The Red Chockecherry, Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima', cultivar is a deciduous shrub which typically grows slowly to 6-8' tall and is perhaps most noted for its attractive glossy red berries and red fall foliage color. Clusters of white to pinkish flowers appear in spring. Flowers are followed by abundant glossy red fruits (3/8" diameter) which appear in dense clusters along the branches. Fruits ripen in late summer and persist throughout fall and well into winter. The glossy, dark green turns bright red in autumn.


'Brilliantissima' primarily differs from the species by being more compact, producing more lustrous foliage with superior red fall color and producing larger, glossier and more abundant fruit. Common name is in reference to the tart and bitter berries. which are so astringent they cause choking in those who try to eat them. The ability to withstand wet conditions makes it suitable for growing on the margins of ponds or streams. Also effective in naturalized areas where its suckering, colonial growth habit does not need to be restrained. Easily grown in average, medium wet, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. It has a wide range of soil tolerance including boggy soils. Best fruit production usually occurs in full sun.

$17.95 each   Click here to buy


Click here to buy    $17.95 each



Customer Testimonials | Customer Support | About Us | Privacy Policy | Site Map | Images & Content

  Nursery Plants.info
The Freshest Nursery Plants delivered directly to your door!
We proudly accept the following:
Copyright 2005-2008 Nursery Plants, Info.
All Rights Reserved.