Chokecherry is a common shrub throughout our region. It grows on a variety of soil types. It develops into a tall shrub on rich, loam soil or in low, moist, sunny situations. On dry, sandy soil, it tends to form a shorter, bushier form. The bright berries are too bitter for people to eat fresh, but they make a delicious jelly. Chokecherry berries are an important wildlife food.


  • Habitat: Upland Moist, Upland Dry

  • Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun, Full Shade

  • Height: 8.0-15.0 ft

  • Spacing: 5-10 ft

  • Flower Color: White

  • Bloom Time: May


Photo: MN DNR

Chokecherry Shrubs, bare-root

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