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Sambucus canadensis (Black Elderberry)

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Product Name Price Qty
Sambucus canadensis | 1 gal. pot
$20.00
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Quick Overview

Elderberry is a deciduous shrub which grows alongside streams, woodlands and roadsides. Fragrant, tiny white flowers appear in spring before yielding an abundance of dark purple berries. The berries are utilized by wildlife as a food source as well as being used for centuries by humans to make preserves, wine, and pies.

Sambucus canadensis (Black Elderberry)

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Elderberry is a deciduous shrub which grows alongside streams, woodlands and roadsides. The small white flowers are fragrant and appear in spring before yielding an abundance of dark purple berries. The berries are utilized by wildlife as a food source as well as being used for centuries by humans to make preserves, wine, and pies. Elderberry will spread, and will typically grow 5-12 feet tall.

Additional Information

Name Sambucus canadensis (Black Elderberry)
Nursery Only No
Plant Height 5-12 ft
Plant Width 5-12 ft
Zone 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sun Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade
Soil Moisture Moist, well-drained, Wet
Bloom Color White
Fragrant Yes
Bloom Season Late Midseason (June), Late (July-August)
Foliage Color Green
Plant Type Deciduous Shrub
Deer Resistant No
Wildlife Value Bees
Soil Type Clay Loam
U.S. Native Yes
New Offering Yes
RareFind Exclusive No
Rare Plant No
Catalog Category Trees, Shrubs & Vines