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Sambucus canadensis York is a native elderberry is similar to Nova except it ripens its fruits a few weeks later. Care free, and will pollinate other native varieties. Space 8'...
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Sambucus canadensis Nova was selected and introduced from Vineland Fruit Station, Ontario, Canada. Fruit clusters are above average and plant will set fruit planted alone. Zones 3- 6. Smaller bush...
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Sambucus canadensis Johns produces more fruits and earlier than other varieties. Very large clusters of medium size berries. Especially good for jelly and elderberry elixir. Larger plant than Adams. Zones...
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Sambuscus canadensis Similar in all respects to Adams elderberry, and perhaps a seedling of Adams. This vigorous seedling grows at our nursery and is showy and productive with large fruit...
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Sambucus nigra laciniata A most beautiful form of European elderberry. A 6-8' shrub with deep cut lobed leaves followed by large heads of creamy white flowers and shiny berries. Pollinate...
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Sambucus nigra Dark purple-black leaves and pink flower clusters. Foliage stays dark throughout the growing season. Very ornamental.Resists leaf diseases. A European elderberry that fruits best with another European sort...
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Sambucus canadensis Bob Gordon Elderberry is a native elderberry from Missouri. Berries up to 1/4 inch in diameter. It is the leading juice variety. Current commercial cultivation is to cut...
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Sambucus canadensis Adams is a native elderberry. Very juicy, purple berries, excellent for elixirs, pies, syrups, wine, etc. Late ripening and a heavy producer. Zones 3-9. Pollinates with other native elderberries....
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