Large clusters of fragrant, white flowers appear in spring and are followed by clusters of large, dark, purple to black berries in late summer to fall. Fruit can be harvested for making elderberry wine and jam, or left on the plant to provide seasonal forage for wildlife. Grow it as a shrub, or cut it back each year and use it as a bold perennial. Tons of appeal! Deciduous. Edible fruit. Fast Growing. Attracts Butterflies. Easy Care. Deer Resistant. North American Native Selection. Bird Friendly. Edible. Ornamental Berries. Showy Fruit.
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