This native plant is sought for its fruits and its adaptability. It is used in several ways. In isolated, hedge, naturalization, in groups and to attract birds.
|Latin name||Sambucus Canadensis|
|French name||Sureau du Canada|
|English name||American Elder|
|Carriage||Large indigenous shrub with an upright and irregular carriage.|
|Foliage||Dark green foliage composed of 5 to 11 leaflets, turning to yellow in fall.|
|Flowering||Small odorous flowers, in white corymbs at the beginning of the summer.|
|Fruit||Fruits in the form of black berries, edible, very appreciated by birds.|
|Use||This indigenous plant is wanted for its fruits and its adaptability. It is used in several ways. Isolated, in hedges, in naturalization, in groups and to attract birds.|
|Height||3 meters||Width||2 meters|
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