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1 pound of fresh American Elderberry seeds -about 240,000 seeds- (Sambucus canadensis) $99.00--free shipping This native shrub, American Elderberry or Sambucus canadensis, is grown for its fruit (for use in jellies, pies or wine) or its use in landscapes for wildlife habitat. Elderberries are both drought- and cold-tolerant, adapt to almost any soil type and most drainage conditions and have few pests. They grow 6 to 12 feet high in an oval or rounded shape. The white flower clusters are generally 6 to 10 inches in diameter and are showy with a nice fragrance. Location American elderberry is native to eastern North America, from Nova Scotia to Florida, and west to Minnesota and Texas, where it occurs in rich soils along riverbanks and forest edges. Song birds spread the seeds and dense stands of elderberry are commonly seen along highways and fence rows, under utility lines, and at the edges of clearings Mature Height : 8-12 feet Mature Spread : 8-12 feet Mature Form : Rounded Growth Rate : fast Sun Exposure : Full Sun Soil Moisture : Widely adaptable Soil Type : Widely adaptable Flower Color : White Foliage Color : Green Fall Color : Yellow green Zones : 4 - 9
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