Elderberries are North American native shrubs with large, white flower clusters and big bunches of small, dark berries. Elderberry fruit is known for its immune boosting qualities. Other benefits of the berries, is that they have anti-carcinogen, anti-oxidant properties, and are very high in Vitamin C. A good choice for treating a cold. Fruits are used for wine, juice, and jelly. The flower clusters of the elderberry plant are used as a vegetable that can be dipped in batter and fried as fritters. The elderberry bush has very dependable fruit production due to late bloom in June. It's not bothered by insects or diseases. Quick to grow to mature height of 6-8 ft.
Plant availability by Season
Winter / Spring
This Danish black elderberry cultivar is grown commercially because of its high yields. Korsor elderberry is well known for its exceptional medicinal qualities and immune boosting properties. Big clusters of large dark blue, juicy berries. 8 feet at maturity. Zone 4-9