Sambucus canadensis Up to 12'. Research Station, Kentville, Nova Scotia, 1959. Seedling of ‘Adams No. 2’.
Small berries have higher sugar content than most other varieties. Productive, ripens early. Selected for cultivation on commercial fruit farms in Canada. To date, our local trials are proving that it's a reliable hardy addition to the elderberry landscape. Z3. Maine Grown. (1-3' bare-root plants)
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Considered self-fertile but multiple plants will improve fruit set—it’s okay to mix species. Plant 4–6' apart. Best in rich soil but adaptable to a variety of soil types. In spring, while plant is still dormant, prune away any weak, broken or dead canes.