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  • noun Plural form of chokeberry.

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Examples

  • I love chokeberries...with a dash of angostura bitters.

    Another Dog Café.

  • My grandmother makes it from the sap of the highbranch tree, using chokeberries and about twelve different herbs.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Then, MICROSCAPE inside a curvilinear bed in front of the hedge using the smallest sizes of other viburnums, hydrangeas, fothergillas, clethras, chokeberries, hollies, ornamental flowering trees, and conifers you can find.

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  • Then, MICROSCAPE inside a curvilinear bed in front of the hedge using the smallest sizes of other viburnums, hydrangeas, fothergillas, clethras, chokeberries, hollies, ornamental flowering trees, and conifers you can find.

    "INTEGRATED MICROSCAPING" FOR TIGHT BUDGETS

  • My grandmother makes it from the sap of the highbranch tree, using chokeberries and about twelve different herbs.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • There are chokeberries that are a lovely red too, but the plant grows much larger and I like the black ones anyway.

    Berries For MMD « Fairegarden

  • My grandmother makes it from the sap of the highbranch tree, using chokeberries and about twelve different herbs.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • He concealed the goldpan and his pick, shovel, and sacks in the clump of service berries and chokeberries that grew at the foot of the ledge and hid from view the bank where he dug out his pay dirt.

    The Ranch at the Wolverine

  • He concealed the goldpan and his pick, shovel, and sacks in the clump of service berries and chokeberries that grew at the foot of the ledge and hid from view the bank where he dug out his pay dirt.

    The Ranch at the Wolverine

  • Native Americans have also traditionally eaten dried chokeberries and prepared teas from parts of the plant, and several domesticated varieties now grace contemporary lawns and gardens from coast to coast.

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