Aronia Berries

Aronia Berry Plants for Sale

Aronia berries offer high levels of vitamins and antioxidants – making growing them a worthwhile addition to any home garden or field. In fact, evidence of aronia berry benefits is accumulating from a variety of different health studies. Interest in healthy eating has also led to significant growth in the popularity of the aronia berry. In addition, aronia berry plants produce attractive dark glossy leaves and many offer superb red autumn hues.


Fresh, dried, juiced, or frozen, aronia berries can be used in many different ways. In addition to fruit in the summer, the aronia berry plant produces white ornate flowers in the spring and fall foliage that changes from green to a vibrant-red color come autumn.


Native to the eastern United States and hardy to zone three, the aronia berry plant is a woody perennial shrub. It tolerates full sun or partial shade; however, in commercial plantings, full sun is recommended for the fruit to ripen uniformly. Aronia plants also adapt well to a wide range of soil drainage classes – from poorly drained to excessively well drained; however, the plant performs best in well-drained soils. Fruit ripens from late August through mid-September.


At Double A Vineyards, we have top-quality aronia berries for sale to both professional and home growers. Our Viking Aronia variety produces tasty fruit the size of large blueberries. The variety is a vigorous plant growing to approximately six feet in height.


Quality is always guaranteed! Our aronia berry plants come with simple instructions to ensure you get the very best harvest possible. However if you are not completely satisfied with your aronia berry your purchase, let us know within a year of delivery and we will send you a free one-time replacement or a refund of the full purchase price. Read our warranty and return policy to learn more.


If you have any questions about the Viking Aronia – or about the aronia berry in general, simply contact us or visit our Resources section.


If you’re wondering where to buy aronia berries – and how to grow them, you’ve come to the right place!


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