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American Elderberry

This American native features huge clusters of white flowers accented by exotic, tropical-looking foliage. Enjoy this tasty fruit for pies, jelly and wine. Hardy and easy-to-grow, these plants will make a striking addition to your garden or landscape.

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Nova

Nova

Enjoy Nova's beautiful show of flowers in the spring and harvest abundant, sweet and tasty berries in August! Nova's almost black berries are good for wine, pies and jelly.
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York

York

A beautiful ornamental and fruiting shrub, York's very large clusters of striking, creamy-white flowers are followed by huge crops of large, purplish-black berries and lovely yellow fall color. York's berries make delicious pies, jelly, and wine.
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