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Elderberry

We're ecstatic about Elderberries! Easy to grow, small to medium-size shrubs, their beautiful, large, white or pink flower heads in the spring are followed by large quantities of blue-black, tasty and nutritious berries in late summer. Our ornamental varieties offer exceptionally attractive foliage in addition to fruit. Prepare delicious "Elderberry Fritters" from clusters of Elderberry flowers and make jelly, syrup or wine from the berries! See our native Elderberries in the Northwest Natives section.

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Allesso

Allesso

This popular and very productive variety is being planted in many countries for fruit production. With dark green foliage and large clusters of creamy white flowers, Alesso is also a fine ornamental shrub.
6103
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$ 16.95 Available in the Spring
Emerald Lace™

Emerald Lace™

Also known as Fern-leaf Elder, this attractive variety will be one of the pleasures of your summer garden. If you grow it in partial shade, its elegant and finely cut foliage will be even larger and more striking. The spectacular, large flower heads of Emerald Lace™ are followed by abundant and tasty, shiny black berries.
6120
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$ 16.95 Available in the Fall
Goldbeere

Goldbeere

This very unique variety bears abundant, large clusters of striking, greenish-gold berries. Goldbeere's unique and tasty berries are accented by its lush, light green foliage.
6108
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$ 16.95 Available in the Fall
Guincho Purple

Guincho Purple

A beautiful ornamental and fruiting shrub, this unique, purple-leafed form of Elderberry bears good crops of tasty, shiny black berries. Guincho Purple is prized for its wine-purple foliage, which contrasts beautifully with its large clusters of pink-tinted flowers.
6110
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$ 16.95 Available in the Fall
Haschberg

Haschberg

One of the leading fruiting varieties in Germany and Austria, Haschberg bears abundant clusters of large, juicy and flavorful, bluish black berries. With its attractive dark green foliage and large clusters of white flowers, it also makes a fine ornamental shrub.
6112
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$ 16.95 Available in the Fall
Korsor

Korsor

One of the best fruiting varieties, Korsor also makes a fine ornamental shrub. Korsor grows to about 8 ft. in height and produces abundant crops of large, dark blue, flavorful and juicy berries.
6115
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$ 16.95
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.
6125
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$ 16.95
Sutherland Gold

Sutherland Gold

Light up your landscape with this graceful shrub. Sutherland Gold is prized for its clouds of finely cut, golden yellow foliage. Grow this 5-6 ft. tall shrub in partial shade for the best effect. Sutherland Gold fruit must be cooked before eating.
6130
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$ 16.95 Available in the Spring
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