Common ElderberrySambucus canadensis var. canadensis  


  Recommended Planting Range




  (previously: Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis)

Description


Common elderberry grows in a variety of moist to wet, sunny places such as wet meadows, marsh edges, field or woodland edges, roadsides, and ditches. It is a big shrub and forms clumps or large patches. It is easy to transplant. It produces large clusters of edible, purple-black fruits.

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Common elderberry



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