never hears of it. would be nice to have it here. ever hear of rabina mountain ash?. its berries are much bigger and sweeter than reg. mountain ash. i think its from russia.
Greg Martin wrote:
steve bossie wrote:i have a wild chokecherry that has purple leaves on my property. i potted up some volunteers if your interested. new growth is green but turns purple by july.
Thank you Steve, sounds very nice. I would be interested. PM sent. Have you ever run across the Robert chokecherry? It has red leaves and grape sized fruit. I think it's only in Canada, but I would very much love to get one or else seeds from one if anyone knows how I could get some. Here's a picture of Robert chokecherry.