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Aronia -Hardy to minus 40 degrees. Highly valued in Europe for both its ornamental value and useful fruit, Aronia deserves to be much more widely planted in the U.S. Abundant showy white flowers in the spring are followed in the fall by large jet black berries and brilliant, fire-red foliage. 
Elderberries: Large, sweet fruit. Good for jelly, pie and wine. Hardy and productive bush will grow 6-8 feet. Pollinate with York. Nova ripens evenly and a bit earlier than York during August. 
Chicago Hardy Fig is considered to be one of the hardiest edible figs. Its stems are hardy to 10 F and the roots are hardy to -20 F. It can be grown in zone 5 if situated in warmer micro-climate and given protection with heavy mulch when dormant. Stems that die back will re-sprout in spring and will produce fruit on the new wood. The medium-sized fruit has light brown to deep purple skin with sweet, pink flesh and ripens in late summer and early fall. 
Olympian fig is a ultra cold hardy fig and absolutely delicious. This fig produces very sweet fruits with thin purple skin with a red to violet flesh. Discovered by retired biologist Denny McGaughy, he named it after the city where he found it in a sheltered location. The hardy Fig Tree does will in a variety of soils, but require at least 8 hours of sunlight during the growing season. Cold injury can be reduced by choosing sites without direct sunlight
GOJI CRIMSON STAR also known as Wolfberry (Lyeium barbarum) This attractive Chinese native features light purple, bell-shaped flowers and bright red berries. The nutritious, sweet and tasty berries are popular in Chinese dishes and are among the highest in antioxidant, have more carotene than carrots and contain all essential amino acids and many minerals. Some call it the plant of eternal life! Attractive 5 to 6 ft. vining shrub (needs support), self fertile, thorny and hardy to -10 F.


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