SAMBUCUS CERULEA, Blue Elderberry 10 cubic inch plug

$3.75

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Description

Tall shrub for dry to moderately moist areas, in sun or part shade. Long, green 2-6″ leaves. White, flat flower heads, 5-8″ across in summer to August. Masses of small berries August and September, which may hang on after leaves drop in fall. Habitat is moist streams, along streams and canyons, open areas in coniferous forests, clearings. Great berries for birds. People make jellies, jams, and wine. Native Americans dried berries for storage and punched out stem pith and used cavities to store crickets for food in winter.
  • Berries: blue
  • Drought Tolerant: yes
  • Evergreen: no
  • Flower Color: white
  • Flowers, Berries or Seeds: yes, berries are edible
  • Mature Height: to 15′
  • Sunshine: full sun to part shade
  • USDA Zone: 3

Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs