Hardiness: Zone 2.
Size: Bush 10 ft.
Planting: Okay in harsh, depleted or ever moist sites, tolerates part shade well.
Fruit: Purple-Black berries in clusters.
Pollination: Self pollinating, no companion needed.
Use: Excellent for pies, jellies, preserves and processing.
Ripening: Early September.
Pot: 2 gal.
A native elderberry variety, with small fruits and lower yields than cultivated varieties. Also known as Canadian Elderberry or Common Elderberry.
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