Sambucus spp.
These easy to grow, small to medium-size shrubs are prized for their spectacular, large, white or pink flower heads which are followed by large quantities of blue-black, tasty and nutritious berries. Prepare delicious "Elderberry Fritters" from clusters of Elderberry flowers and make jelly, syrup or wine from the berries!
Sutherland Gold
Sambucus racemosa
This graceful, small shrub will light up any landscape. Prized for its clouds of finely cut, golden yellow foliage, which is most attractive when grown in partial shade. Sutherland Gold fruit must be cooked before eating. 6130
Sambucus nigra
This vigorous, upright growing shrub is prized for its profuse, reddish-pink flower clusters and lush, deep-red to purple foliage. Thundercloud also bears good crop of tasty, bluish-black berries. 6132
Sambucus nigra
Striking creamy white and green foliage and large clusters of fragrant white flowers distinguish this beautiful, medium-size shrub. This ornamental variety also bears good crops of tasty, bluish-black berries. 6135
Sambucus canadensis
This beautiful ornamental and fruiting shrub features very large clusters of creamy-white flowers and heavy crops of large, purplish-black berries. York's berries make delicious pies, jelly, and wine. 6140
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