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Choke Cherry

Prunus virginiana


The Sweetest Aroma ! it attacts a wide variety of insects (pollinaters) large to very small, I'll get a better camera so i can share the nectar frenzy with everyone, this spring!


For many Native American tribes of the Northern Rockies, Northern Plains, and boreal forest region of Canada and the United States, chokecherries were the most important fruit in their diets. The bark of chokecherry root was once made into an asperous-textured concoction used to ward off or treat colds, fever and stomach maladies by native Americans.

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Ontario, Canada

Spotted on May 13, 2012
Submitted on Jan 1, 2013


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