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Chokecherry Have Viable Seeds and Eat the Fruit, Too!

Sherwood, K. and Wilkinson, K. M. Native Plants Journal 8(1):43-44. 2007.

It is possible to obtain clean seeds of chokecherry (Pinus Virginiana L. [Rosaceae]) and other small species, as well as to capture the nutritional component of fruits. Here we describe an easy way to make chokecherry honey.

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Author(s): K. Sherwood, Kim M. Wilkinson

Section: Diverse Species

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