Prairie Yard & Garden

Small Hardy Fruits

Season 30 Episode 2 | 28m 46s  | Video has closed captioning.

Black Chokeberry sounds dangerous! Host, Mary Holm visits with Kathy Wiederholt, Fruit Project Manager at the Carrington Research Center in Carrington, ND and finds out that the Black Chokeberry is a great plant to grow. Kathy also recommends adding other nutritious and underused fruits like Cherries, Currants, Honeyberries, Haskaps, and Juneberries to your garden palette.

Aired: 01/19/17

Rating: NR

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