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Sambucus is a genus of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae. The various species are commonly called elder or elderberry. The genus was formerly placed in the honeysuckle family, Caprifoliaceae, but was reclassified as Adoxaceae due to genetic and morphological comparisons to plants in the genus Adoxa.
White, fragrant spring flowers give way to dazzling, pendulous clumps of pillar-box red berries, which shine with great intensity. A great improvement on our own black-fruited elder and now you can make red elderberry wine!
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Germination; Sow indoors at any time. Sow into a cold frame in autumn. Create a mix of 1:1 seed compost and sharp sand or vermiculite which is moist but not wet. Add seeds to the mix and place in a freezer bag, allow a little air gap or tie loosely. Place somewhere warm, 20°C for 4-6 weeks. Keep soil moist at all times. Then move to a fridge, 4°C for at least 12 weeks. If seeds germinate during this time remove and pot up. Otherwise after +12 weeks remove and sow 8mm deep into moist compost. Ideal temp. 13-16°C. Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle individual pots and grow on for 1-2 years before planting in the final position.
Growing; Prefers a moist, loamy soil in full or partial sun. Will tolerate any soil.
Cultivation; Will tolerate heavy pruning. Can be cut back to ground level during winter dormancy if required. Propagate via cuttings of ripe wood of the current seasons growth in late autumn.