What Does a Choke Cherry Tree Look like?

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Chokecherries are mainly in cleared or in open sunny forests, grow alongside streams, they also require well drained soil and they do not grow in flooded areas. They will grow in all types of soil apart from very heavy clay. Check out the trees structure as Chokecherry trees rarely reach more than 20 feet tall and trunks are no thicker than 6 inches in diameter. They have smooth bark and scaly near the base. It is grayish red in color, with darker horizontal lenticels. It has flat leaves, it fruits grow in a long, bottlebrush-like cluster.
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