What do Choke Cherries Look Like?

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Prunus virginiana, or chokecherries, are a species of bird cherry found in North America. Chokecherries grow on small shrubs or trees averaging about 5 meters in height. They are about 1 centimeter in diameter and can range from bright red to black in color. The test is very sour, therefore most people do not eat fresh chokecherries, but choose to use them to make jellies or wines. Chokecherries are also toxic to horses.
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