Sambucus canadensis

Species

  • Sambucus canadensis
  • Sambucus mexicana
  • American elder
  • Common elderberry
  • Sambucus nigra subsp. canadensis
  • Sambucus glauca
  • Sambucus simpsonii
  • Sambucus canadensis
  • Sambucus laciniata
  • Sambucus laciniata

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Sambucus canadensis, otherwise known as sambucus canadensis, is a edible fruits and nuts, herbs plant species native to Alabama.

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Appearance

Bloom color
white
Foliage
Deciduous

Space

Dimensions

Sambucus canadensis can grow from 2.4m to 3mm tall
2.4m to 3m
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Spacing
2.4
3

Sun

Optimal
Full

Water

Optimal
Mesic
Wet

Soil

Soil PH Requirements
5.6
7.5

Time

Bloom
Late Spring
Early Summer
Bloom Time
Non-patented
Blooming Habit
This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds

Reproduction

Seed Collecting
Collect seedhead/pod when flowers fade; allow to dry

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Patent information
From woody stem cuttings
From seed; direct sow outdoors in fall