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Wyldewood Elderberry is a release from the Elderberry Improvement Project at Missouri State University along with the University of Missouri. This project was an effort to select varieties suited to Midwestern conditions.
The Wyldewood Elderberry is a vigorous, tall, upright growing variety that produces heavy yields every year. Fruit is held off the ground making it easy to harvest.
Wydewood was selected fro a wild plant growing near Brush Hill Oklahoma and named after Wyldewood Cellars Winery in Mulvane Kansas. Wyldewood Cellars is known for their Elderberry wines.
Fruit ripens in late July and outproduces earlier varieties. The fruit ripens consistently making harvest and processing easier.
Elderberries arehealthful and high in vitamin C and are used in jellies, tinctures, for juice and wine.