Hundredfold Chokecherry 10 Seeds - Prunus virginiana Choke Cherry Canada Native Shrub, Attractive to Bees, Birds and Butterflies
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Chokecherries are astringent (bitter), especially when immature or raw; but they can be made into preserves and jelly.
Blooms are ornamental, showy, and fragrant. The flowers give off a nice lilac aroma in late spring.
Blue-black edible cherries make good jelly. Important food for wildlife in July and August
Attract 400+ species of butterflies and moths, including Columbia silkmoth and California Hairstreak
Each package contains 10 open-pollinated seeds
Hundredfold has been a Canadian trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply.
Chokecherry is widely regarded as an important wildlife food plant and provides habitat, watershed protection, and species diversity. Fruits, leaves, and twigs are utilized. Large mammals including bears, moose, coyotes, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, elk, and deer use chokecherry as browse. Chokecherry is also a food source for small mammals. Fruits are important food for many birds.
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