Elderberry, Ranch

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Sambucus canadensis

An excellent, highly productive and medicinal American elderberry variety. A short variety making for easy harvests, Ranch is one of the primary varieties currently used in commercial and home plantings in the United States. It is drought tolerant and better on poor soil than most other elderberry varieties. Berries are born on first year wood, so heavy pruning is common and recommended. Used for everything from cough syrup to making a divine liqueur. American elderberries are native to North America.

USDA Zone: 3-9

Pollination: Needs to be pollinated by a second S. canadensis variety to make fruit.

Time to productivity: 2-3 years after planting.

Ripening time: September

Size: Up to 6′ tall.

 

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Description

Sambucus canadensis 'Ranch'. A excellent, highly productive and medicinal American elderberry variety. Ranch is one of the primary varieties currently used in commercial and home plantings in the United States. It is drought tolerant and smaller than most other elderberry varieties, making for easy harvest. Berries are born on first year wood, so heavy pruning is common and recommended. Used for everything from cough syrup to making a divine liqueur. American elderberries are native to North America. Use another S. canadensis cultivar as a pollinizer. Zone 3.

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Pot size

1 Gal, 3 Gal, 5 Gal, 7 Gal, 10 Gal, 15 Gal, Cutting, set of 5