Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) is native to much of the United States and is a favorite among butterflies and birds alike. Its clustered white flowers produce an abundance of bluish-purple berries which are not only food for wildlife but also a significant ingredient in juices, jellies, and even wine. Elderberry is tolerant of many soils and growing conditions but through drought, it can not support itself.
How to plant?
- Fill seeds in warm water for 24 hours
- Fill seeds in cold water for 72 hours.
- Put seeds in wet soil for 1.5cm cover with plastic
- Water every day, the seeds will sprout in 15 days.
Now Please feel free to enjoy our flowers.