In this post, I share a few details about the low-scape mound Aronia which is a petite shrub. Check out the photos and video on this post. I will be sharing more about this landscape because it is a year-round visual treat!
Low Scape Mound Aronia (Petite Shrub)
Below is a photo I took in Mid-September of the Low Scape Mound Aronia in a bed with Invincibelle Mini Mauvette Hydrangea just a few weeks after planting. There will be bulbs added to this garden for spring color. The Aronia will bloom white in the spring so this will be a treat to share later.
Where do I begin… there are so many reasons I recommend this shrub to most home gardeners. The Low Scape Mound Aronia is a true problem solver for anyone wanting to dress up a border with mostly sun. below I will list a few of the important facts about this plant that I appreciate:
The Aronia Berry
While we were unloading the plant I noticed little blueberries on the plant. How cool is that? I was hoping to find a replacement for my Blue Muffin that never puts off blueberries. These little berries are one of the richest sources of plant antioxidants, which are said to offer many health-promoting properties. Back in the day, Indians would use this fruit for cold remedies. Aronia berries, or chokeberries, are small, dark fruits that grow on shrubs of the Rosaceae family. I can’t wait to see this plant during the summer season when the berries will arrive again. Keep in mind that Aronia berries are very astringent leaving a dry, sandpaper-like feel in your mouth. Therefore, you may not want to eat them on their own like the Goji Berry. I didn’t find any research on the consumption of these berries so be cautious.
This post wouldn’t be complete without a photo of our RV with this and a few other shrubs strapped to the back. I am due a video featuring how we travel with different trees, shrubs, and plants from State to State! Be sure to subscribe to my site and also follow the Creative Adventures for updates.
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Are you interested in adding a new shrub to your landscape this season? After highly recommending this Aronia I hope you will share if you grow this plant. I would love to hear from you so feel free to reach out to me on my website.