The seeds from this plant come from a very old Hawthorne tree. I only have a limited supply but even a little will get you started. Growing at 7,500' for decades, it clings to swampy or bottomland areas, including stream sides. Medicinal, edible, beautiful.
From my mentor's garden.
Long-lived perennial. Pic shows drying Hawthorne berries.
Cold stratify or plant in fall.