This Small native deciduous tree blooms prolifically. Fruits are relished by songbirds and small mammals. Sun or part-shade. Average to moist conditions. Root-prune to control spread. Will bloom even if cut to the ground in winter. We propagated these plants from a native plant in Beaufort Co., SC whose attractive dark purple (almost black) stems made it stand out from the other Elderberries nearby. This is our first year growing it, so we do not know whether they will have dark purple stems when planted in other locations. Please let us know how they grow in your garden.
Qt pot, 1 gallon, 3 gallon