‘Johns’ ElderberrySambucus canadensis Up to 10' tall. (‘Adams No. 1’ or ‘Adams No. 2’ x open-pollinated) Nova Scotia Experiment Station, 1954.
Dangling clusters of edible purple-black berries ripen in late summer on this broad vigorous multi-stemmed shrub.
Very vigorous. One particular cutting in Jen’s nursery grew five feet in one summer and had berries and flowers at the same time late into the summer. Foliage darker than that of other cultivars. Z3. Maine Grown. (1-3' bare-root plants)
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