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Four Seasons Aronia Berry Plant Collection

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Delight in seasonal appeal year-‘round. Showy white flowers in spring are followed by lush green blade-shaped foliage in summer that turns a vibrant red in fall. You’ll also get a bounty of sweet, edible berries that stay on the plant even into winter. Proper pollinators are included for you, so you won’t miss out on the abundance of flowers and fruit from these aronia berry plants. Plus, you’ll get a discounted price when purchasing a collection compared to purchasing the plants individually.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow aronia berry plants in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

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Why did you choose this?
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to eat the berries, or if I do not eat them, so birds can eat them in the winter.
Karl K on Mar 21, 2020
Anti-oxidents, safe around my white pines, and nice fall colors.
Karen W on Mar 1, 2020
to eat the berries, or if I do not eat them, so birds can eat them in the winter.
Karl K on Mar 21, 2020
Great deal.
Melanie F on Mar 9, 2020
Anti-oxidents, safe around my white pines, and nice fall colors.
Karen W on Mar 1, 2020
Perennial fruit bearing native items for human or wildlife consumption
Jan G on Feb 19, 2020
I've been so excited to add these to my homestead!
Audrea V on Apr 7, 2019
I purchased some jam in Wisconsin and it was wonderful, thought I would try.
JAMES C on Oct 17, 2017
One of the best "unknown" fruits out there for you health wise. A great conversation started for people who have never heard of this before. Gives me variety, diversity, and another option for bringing fruit on my table.
Daniel C on Oct 5, 2017
I chose this as a native plant to my region to help feed birds
Alison F on Jun 14, 2016
I have enjoyed growing Currants for a couple seasons. Now, I am looking to expand my crop variety.
SCOTT H on Apr 11, 2016
Great deal.
Melanie F on Mar 9, 2020
Perennial fruit bearing native items for human or wildlife consumption
Jan G on Feb 19, 2020
what are the differences among the varieties? does one type produce bigger berries? is one type sweeter?
pat r on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The biggest differences are in the fruit and mature plant size. Viking and Nero have bigger crops of larger, sweeter berries that are easy to harvest. Autumn Magic is less productive, but makes up for it by being a showier plant in the landscape. Viking is the largest plant, maturing around 6 feet tall (if not taller), with Autumn Magic maturing around 4-5 feet tall, and the shorter, bushier Nero maturity at around 3-4 feet tall.
Do they have any insect/pest issue?
Maggie L on Oct 13, 2017

No pest issues at all!!! I've noticed that some spiders make their home on and around but not a single hole in the leaves. I am in zone 6 and the plants are in 4-6 inches of wood chips/mulch. I found the berries to be more palatable than advertised as well. One of the healthiest berries that I am aware of!! Stark Bros. are very helpful as well! Good luck!!!
Are they Deer Resistant?
Farmhouse Guy on Feb 25, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Deer haven't touched these guys. Naturally they eat other shrubs and fruit trees...
When will a 1 gal aronia plant begin to bear fruit?
doug d on Mar 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Next season for sure. May even have a few on the first season.
Are they deer repellent?
Rose T on Mar 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: So sorry, don???t know the answer. We have not had berries yet. Plants themselves are definitely not, as we have lots of deer in our yard.
Can these be grown in containers?
Georgina R on Mar 7, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Mine are in the ground

Customer Reviews

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True beauties!!
Such a great addition to my landscape!! Beautiful bushes that all produced berries within the second season of planting. All tripled in size!! I couldn't be happier
May 5, 2018
over 3 years ago
gallon potted plants
I ordered 4 plants and keep them indoors and only recently planted them. Two are vigorous, one finally has a leaf and the other has a bud. It looks like the plants had been trimmed far back and may have stunted the growth
May 10, 2017
over 3 years ago
Aronia berry plants are SO PRETTY!!
Planted the Aronia berries last spring. Didn't expect them to blossom this year yet, BUT THEY DID!! Beautiful. Wonderful fragrance on the blossoms. Looking forward to getting some Aronia berries in a few years. I hear that they make great jellies, and we make quite a few jellies and jams from our orchard and vineyard. Have been using Stark Brothers for many, many years, and your stock is always the best. Fast secure shipping and healthy plants. I always recommend Stark Brothers when people ask me about buying healthy trees and plants. Best regards. Bob
May 2, 2017
over 4 years ago
I thought I would plant these for something different and they are wonderful and healthy.
June 11, 2017
over 4 years ago
Patience is needed.
Patience is needed.
After planting in the summer, first season, two plants did not even produce leaves. Others showed no visible signs of growth. These plants grew over the winter and began flowering their first spring after planting about 10 months later, appearing very healthy and strong.
May 14, 2018
over 3 years ago
3 are still living...yeayyy
These aronias don’t seem to be vibrant growers but at least I still hav 3 plants I’m trying to get going. Upon arrival they were much smaller than I thought they’d be, so as a seasoned gardener I’ll be patient and see what they do with more attention.
June 6, 2019
over 2 years ago
Healthy plants
The 2 Neros were a bit small, but all 4 plants are growing quickly. The Autumn magic is loaded with blossoms in year 2 and we are excited to get some berries!
June 2, 2019
over 2 years ago
Sofar, so good!
I bought this collection last summer. They didn't grow much the first year but this spring they have come on strong. It'll be a few years before we have berries but the plants sure are nice looking.
June 3, 2019
over 2 years ago
plants I received were kind of small but aronia are very hardy they should do well
May 3, 2019
1 year ago