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Friday, May 19, 2006

There's a reason they call it "chokecherry"

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  • Yes, there is!

    By Blogger Martin LaBar, at 1:34 PM  

  • IU'm not familiar with Chokecherry. Is the fruit bad tasting?

    By Blogger Mountain Mama, at 11:29 PM  

  • Hi mountain mama, no, the fruit is perfectly edible (though I've never tried it); here's a post from last fall that shows close-ups of both flowers and fruit.

    Chokecherry grows wild; it comes up everywhere in the brush and tends to "take over." I should've explained in the post -- the maple tree was planted by someone I know; the chokecherry around the trunk is flourishing completely on its own :-)

    By Blogger Bonnie, at 3:39 PM  

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