Elderberry
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!
American Elderberry
This American native features huge clusters of white flowers, large clusters of bluish-black berries and exotic, tropical-looking foliage. The tasty fberries are great for pies, jelly and wine. Hardy to minus 30°F. and easy-to-grow, these plants make a striking addition to any garden or landscape.Plant two varieties for cross-pollination.
Nova
Sambucus canadensis
Nova features striking flowers in the spring and abundant, sweet and tasty berries in August!. Nova's almost black berries are good for wine, pies and jelly. 6125
York
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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