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Lemony Lace Sambucus Brightens Up Gardens

September 29th, 2014

Sambucus Lemony Lace Elderberry brightens up gardens with gold cut leaf foliage. New leaves of this low growing fruiting shrubLemony Lace Sambucus, emerge as red changing to a brilliant gold as they open. Plant your Elderberry shrub in full to part sun. White flowers open in spring with red fruit maturing in fall.

Lemony Lace Sambucus

Lemony Lace Sambucus Elderberry is even more striking when paired with it’s cousin the Black Lace Sambucus. Growing into the 3 to 5 foot tall and wide range, this attractive shrub will brighten up your garden. Plant just inside your garden area near the border or use alone as a focal plant.

Prune your Lemony Lace Sambucus as young plants to develop full growth habit. Prune older plants after flowering. Plant in full sun in Northern climates and light shade in Southern climates.

  • Deer resistant
  • Border plant
  • Flocal plant
  • Wildlife plant
  • Considered an herb
  • Red fall fruit

Lemon Lace Sambucus racemosa ‘SMNSRD4’ US PPAF  Can PBRAF

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