Low Scape Mound™ Aronia is not picky about where you want to plant it and will survive just about anywhere except deep shade. Choose a spot in your landscape where you could use a mass planting or border of low growing, glossy green plants that you won’t need to fuss over. Keep in mind that it will produce the showiest display of flowers, fruit and fall color if you plant it in full sun.
This shrub will grow in dry areas, but it also grows in wet soil and everything in-between. Once its roots are established, you won’t need to worry about watering it unless you live in an area with prolonged drought.
When planting, dig the hole about twice as wide but just as deep as the container it is growing in. If the roots are densely circled around when you take the plant out of the pot, loosen them up a bit to break the “root memory”. This will encourage them to grow outward instead of continuing to grow in a circular pattern.