Bob Gordon Elderberry

$19.95

$19.95

Out of stock

Bob Gordon Elderberry

$19.95

Bob Gordon Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) is considered one of the best cultivars available. Bob Gordon produces heavy crops of large dark sweet berries. The fruit clusters are so heavy they hang down facing the ground reducing loss to birds. The entire fruit cluster ripens at one time making harvest easier.

Ships Mar-Apr 2022 based on the map below
8-12″ bare-root.

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SKU: 581 Categories: , Tag:
MPN: 581
Brand: Food Forest Nursery

Description

Bob Gordon Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) is considered one of the best cultivars available. Bob Gordon produces heavy crops of large dark sweet berries. The fruit clusters are so heavy they hang down facing the ground reducing loss to birds. The entire fruit cluster ripens at one time making harvest easier.

Characteristics

Pollination: Cross-pollination by a different variety or seedling.
Size: 5-15′ x 5-15′
Disease: Resistant
Ripening Date: Ripens in July – August.  To de-stem cut off whole berry cluster and freeze for 30 minutes, then tap on a cookie sheet.
Years to Bear 1-2
Taste: Sweet

Growing Conditions

USDA Zone: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Spacing: 6-10′
Soil Type: Wide Range
Soil PH: 5.5-6.5

Additional information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions18 × 1 × 1 in
Hardiness Zone

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