American Elderberry - Sambucus canadensis 'John' - 10 cuttings

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All cuttings with have at least 2 pairs of growth nodes. The bottom of the cutting will be marked by a diagonal cut.

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Product Overview

LATIN NAME: Sambucus canadensis

ROOTING: I get the best results when I root elderberry cuttings in raised garden beds outdoors. I plant them any time between fall and early spring. The bottom set of growth nodes should be planted below the soil. The top set of growth nodes should be right above the soil, with as much of the cutting buried as possible to prevent it from drying out. If you're new to rooting cuttings, I'd recommend trying multiple methods to see what works best for you. If you're planning on rooting indoors in pots, I'd recommend trying at least a few with this method to help ensure success.

USES: Edible fruit, biomass, nectary


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