Summer Garden

Red Chokeberry
  A shrub native to eastern and central North America.  Its white and pink flowers are borne in small clusters, like puffy pink clouds.  It earned its common name from its bright red fruit.  The fruit is edible and quite sweet!  This shrub turns a rich crimson or reddish purple in autumn.  The bright red berries last until winter when birds eat them after all the other berries are gone.



  1. Here's who I'm linking up with
    Show off your stuff party

    Transformational Thursday

    Get Your Craft on Thursday

  2. What a beautiful bush. Not sure it would make it in the hot humid South. Thanks for the info on it. Yours is beautiful.

    I came here via Transformation Thursday. Stop by and see me sometimes over at Pittypat Paperie.


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