Sambucus nigra caerulea
(previously Sambucus mexicana or Sambucus cerulea)
A many-branched shrub or small tree from 10-30' tall and 8-20' wide, Blue Elderberry gives delicious edible fruit and makes a choice selection for the native habitat garden. Common along stream banks and in open areas of forest.
Blue Elderberry can be trained up to a single trunk tree though it's much more common as a multi-stem suckering thicket.
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