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Has large clusters of fragrant white flower heads that appear in spring which then produce clusters of dark purple-black juicy berries in late summer – early autumn. The flower heads can be used for making herbal teas or wine and the berries can be harvested to make jams and wine. Likes full sun to partial shade and moist free-draining soil. Deciduous. Botanical name is Sambucus Canadensis Adams.