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!
Very popular in European gardens, these attractive and easy-to-grow large shrubs feature abundant, large clusters of white or pink flowers followed by jet black berries, which iare used to make juice, wine and preserves. We offer superior fruiting varieties of this valuable species as well as ornamental types which also bear edible fruit. European Elderberry is partially self-fertile and hardy to minus 25°F.
This popular and very productive variety is grown in Europe for fruit production. In addition to large clusters of tasty fruit, Alesso’s is prized for its dark green foliage and large clusters of creamy white flowers,
Also known as Fern-leaf Elder, this attractive variety is prized for its elegant and finely cut foliage. Emerald Lace™ also features spectacular, large flower heads, which are followed by abundant and tasty, shiny black berries.
This very unique variety bears abundant, large clusters of striking, greenish-gold berries. These unique and tasty berries are accented by lush, light green foliage.
This unique variety is prized for its wine-purple foliage, which contrasts beautifully with its large clusters of pink-tinted flowers., Guincho Purple also bears good crops of tasty, shiny black berries.
One of the leading fruiting varieties in Germany and Austria, Haschberg bears abundant crops of large, juicy and flavorful, bluish black berries. With its attractive dark green foliage and large clusters of white flowers, Haschberg also makes a fine ornamental shrub.
A popular European fruiting variety, Korsor grows to about 8 ft. in height and produces abundant crops of large, dark blue, flavorful and juicy berries. With its large clusters of creamy-white flowers, Korsor also makes a fine ornamental shrub.
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.
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.