Collection: Elderberry Cuttings

Spacing - 2' to 4’ apart in rows. Rows 12' to 16’ apart. They can be added as features in your landscape as well, lots of fun!

Elderberries are considered partially self-fertile. This means they have both male and female parts on the same plant. However, for optimal pollination and to ensure the heaviest crop yields, it is best to plant at least two elderberry plants nearby to facilitate cross-pollination.

If you have a specific variety question, check out our detailed growing zone and varietal guide here.

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