Blue Elderberry "Sambucus caerulea" is our Western Elderberry, used in the same way like our native Black Elderberry. Cooked fruit and raw flowers are a culinary delight in sauces, cordials, syrups, muffins and wine making.
Lovely is small gardens and a great pollinator magnet.
Go to this site for more information & the picture is credited here as well: Blue Elderberry - Sambucus caerulea - PNW Plants (wsu.edu)
25 seeds @ $9.95
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