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Sambucus Caerulea

50 seeds

 

Elderberry has a long history of medicinal use. The berries are naturally high in antioxidants, in very concentrated amounts.

Elderberry should be cooked and made into syrups, they can also be made into, jellies, jams and pies and even wine!

The entire flower cluster can be dipped in batter and fried, while petals can be eaten raw or made into a fragrant and tasty tea. The flowers add an aromatic flavor and lightness to pancakes or fritters.

The flowers are SO beautiful and remind me of Queen Anne’s lace, only with way more flowers. Beautiful for bouquets.

Elderberry seeds take patience, in nature, some of the fruit falls off the plant and the seeds are exposed to warm temperatures that slowly turn into cool and then cold.

Spring, summer or early fall is a good time to plant them for emergence the following spring.

This can be stratified as well, by planting the seeds in flats and waiting for 30 days, then put the flat in a plastic bag and then your refrigerator for 90 days or until temps are warm enough to plant back outside.

Grows 8-20 feet tall

Perennial zones 4-10

This is for 50 seeds

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