Elderberry Flowers – Growing Elderflowers In The Garden
By Mary Ellen Ellis
Elderberry is most well-known for its fruit, but you can also grow elderberries for their flowers. American elder is a fast-growing bush that will tolerate a variety of conditions and requires little care and maintenance. Learn more in this article.
How To Harvest Elderflowers – Tips For Picking Elderflowers
By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist
Elderflowers have a long tradition of use and colorful lore. They are most useful in herbal concoctions during flu and cold season. Picking elderflowers when in season and drying them is an excellent way to preserve them for fall and winter sick days. This article will help.
Elderberry Plant Companions – Tips On Planting With Elderberries
By Teo Spengler
Gardeners love elderberries because they attract pollinators, like butterflies and bees, and provide food for wildlife. These shrubs can be planted alone but look best with elderberry plant companions. What to plant with elderberries? This article will help.
Elderberry Harvest Season: Tips For Picking Elderberries
By Amy Grant
It?s important to know when it is harvest time for elderberries, especially when making wine. Berries used for wine must be at their ripeness peak. So, when are the elderberries ripe? Read this article to learn more.
Trimming Elderberry Plants: Learn About Pruning An Elderberry
By Amy Grant
If you have an elderberry shrub in the home garden, then elderberry pruning is a necessity. The question is how to prune elderberries correctly? This article can help with that. Click here for additional information about elderberry pruning.
Planting Elderberry – Care Of Elderberries
By Kathee Mierzejewski
Elderberry is a large bush or shrub that produces bluish-black berries commonly used in wines, juices, jellies and jams. Growing elderberries is not difficult, and this article will help with that.
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