Kent – Canadian Elderberry

3,75 $5,59 $



Kent Canadian Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis)

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The Kent variety is the earliest and produces medium-sized, fairly sweet fruit with a flavor reminiscent of blackberries and black currants.


The harvest is early and uniform. The fruits are easily detached at harvest and have a high anthocyanin content.


The recommended plant spacing is 2 meters.



Generalities Canadian Elderberry


The Canadian elderberry is a magnificent shrub, productive and decorative. It is fast growing and produces fruit in the fall (August-September).

It is a self-fruitful shrub that benefits from being grown with different cultivars. The fruit is edible cooked or dehydrated. The cultivars offered have the characteristics for an interesting commercial production but also ornamental. It is often used as a natural coloring agent and in the manufacture of juice mixtures.

The flowers, white and fragrant, are used in decoction for their emollient, soothing and skin softening properties. In infusion, the flowers of elder promote perspiration and are recommended to fight effectively against the flu, colds or chills.

Product description

Container size

50 cell, 1 Liter, 1 gallon

Available for purchase from

May, June, August, Dormancy Jan-April 2024, Futur

Product description

Compatible variety :

Rendement : U-pick, mechanized

Harvest size : Between 2 and 5 kilos / plant

Hauteur : Approx. 2 meters

Largeur : Approx. 1 meter

Bush type : Shrub with an upright form

Description of the fruit : Small round dark red and black fruit in an umbel

Fruit Flavor : Delicious reminiscent of blackberry and black currant

Fruit Weight : 11.06 gr for 100 fruits

Fruit Length :

Flowering period : End of June - July

Harvest time : September

Use of the fruit : Processing, coloring, nutraceutical, jelly, fruit juice and flower juice hummm

Hardiness zones : 3a

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