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(Black Elderberry)

Elderberries are large deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They are grown for their beautiful foliage, large, musky-scented flowers and showy clusters of fruits. Wildlife magnets, their inflorescences are often visited by butterflies and fruits are favored by birds.

Introduced by the Horticulture Research Institute in East Malling, England and usually sold under the name Black Beauty™, the cultivar 'Gerda' sports intense purple-black pinnate leaves. These are divided into...

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James H. Schutte

(Black Elderberry)

Elderberries are large deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They are grown for their beautiful foliage, large, musky-scented flowers and showy clusters of fruits. Wildlife magnets, their inflorescences are often visited by butterflies and fruits are favored by birds.

Its pinnate (feathery) leaves are divided into many elliptic leaflets, giving a tropical appearance. The leaves emit a somewhat unpleasant odor when crushed. In late spring and summer, flat-topped umbels of...

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Jesse Saylor

(Black Elderberry)

Black elderberry is a large upright deciduous shrub native to Europe, western Asia and northern Africa. It is grown for its handsome foliage, large musky-scented flowers, and showy clusters of fruit. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

The compact variegated cultivar 'Madonna' sports deep green leaves that are splotched and bordered with gold and chartreuse when young and with creamy ivory when mature. These are divided into many elliptic leaflets,...

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James H. Schutte

(Black Elderberry)

Black elderberry is a large upright deciduous shrub native to Europe, western Asia and northern Africa. It is grown for its ferny pinnate foliage, large musky-scented flowers, and showy clusters of fruit. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

The cultivar 'Marginata' sports deep green leaves whose elliptic toothed leaflets are bordered with creamy white. The leaves emit a somewhat unpleasant odor when crushed. In late spring and early summer,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Variegated Elderberry)

Elderberries are large deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They are grown for their beautiful foliage, large, musky-scented flowers and showy clusters of fruits. Wildlife magnets, their inflorescences are often visited by butterflies and fruits are favored by birds.

Its pinnate (feathery) leaves are divided into many elliptic leaflets, giving a tropical appearance. The leaves emit a somewhat unpleasant odor when crushed. In late spring and summer, flat-topped umbels of...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Variegated Elderberry)

Elderberries are large deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They are grown for their beautiful foliage, large, musky-scented flowers and showy clusters of fruits. Wildlife magnets, their inflorescences are often visited by butterflies and fruits are favored by birds.

Its pinnate (feathery) leaves are divided into many elliptic leaflets, giving a tropical appearance. The leaves emit a somewhat unpleasant odor when crushed. In late spring and summer, flat-topped umbels of...

Image of Sambucus nigra f. laciniata photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cutleaf Black Elderberry)

Elderberries are large deciduous shrubs native to Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They are grown for their beautiful foliage, large, musky-scented flowers and showy clusters of fruits. Wildlife magnets, their inflorescences are often visited by butterflies and fruits are favored by birds.

This natural cutleaf selection has deeply divided, pinnate, green leaves which gives it the look of a shrubby laceleaf Japanese maple. The foliage emits a somewhat unpleasant odor when crushed. In late spring...

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Jesse Saylor

(American Elderberry)

This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous shrub. It is grown for its ferny pinnate foliage, large, musky-scented flower heads, and showy clusters of fruits. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

In late spring and summer, large flat-topped cymes of creamy flowers appear. They are followed in late summer by blue-black berries. The frond-like leaves are divided into 5 to 11 toothed elliptic...

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Jesse Saylor

(American Elderberry)

This eastern North American cousin of black elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous shrub. It is grown for its ferny pinnate foliage, large, musky-scented flower heads, and showy clusters of fruits. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

In late spring and summer, large flat-topped cymes of creamy flowers appear. They are followed in late summer by blue-black berries. The frond-like leaves are divided into 5 to 11 toothed elliptic...

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James Burghardt

(American Elderberry)

An eastern North American cousin of black elderberry, American elderberry is a medium to large, fast-growing, deciduous shrub. The cultivar 'Aurea' is grown for its golden-yellow foliage, large, musky-scented flower heads, and showy clusters of fruits. A wildlife magnet, it attracts butterflies with its flowers and wildlife with its fruit.

In late spring and summer, large flat-topped cymes of creamy flowers appear. They are followed in late summer by red berries which contrast strikingly with...