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The Bob Gordon Elderberry was selected and released by the University of Missouri for its large flower clusters and uniform ripening. Flower clusters can be as large as 12″ across and the large berries ripen uniformly in mid-July. It is an excellent variety for juicing, jellies and wine production.
Elderberries can grow 5′ to 8′ tall and are hardy in zones 4 to 8
Elderberries are widely adaptable to soil types and can grow in wet soils. They will produce better by planting 2 or more varieties. Elderberries are deer resistant