The Canada Elderberry is a spectacular shrub, both abundant and decorative. Rapid growth; ripens in autumn. It is a self-polliniating shrub that benefits from being planted with different cultivars. Berries are edible either cooked or dried. Tha plants are ideal for large commercial operations or for landscaping purposes. Often used as a natural dye and in blended juice production.
Earliest starter (Kent). Produces rather small very sweet berries that have a black-berry-current flavour. Drooping clusters at first harvest.
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Harvest type : Mechanical harvesting, self-picking
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Fruit flavour : Tasty fruit, high anthocyanin content
Fruit weight : 11.06 g / 100 fruits
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Harvest time : early and uniform maturation
Use of the fruit : Transformation, commercial production
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