How do you transplant elderberries?

Answer Answer Elderberries sucker freely, so they are very easy to transplant. In the spring, after the ground has thawed, cut the plants down to either about one third their height if they're over three ... Read More »

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How to Grow Elderberries?

Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is a sign of summer in Europe and Britain; when the flowers blossom, summer is said to have arrived, and when the berries are ripe, summer is drawing to a close. Elderbe... Read More »

Facts About Elderberries?

Elder trees (Sambucus genus) are small trees or large shrubs in the honeysuckle family. The black elder (Sambucus nigra) is indigenous to Europe and western Asia, while its subspecies, the American... Read More »

Can you eat elderberries and what are they is it a type of berry?

Elderberries are a fruit from the elderberry tree, but they are different to berries such as blackberries. You cannot eat them raw as they are toxic. Cooking is said to destroy the toxins.

How to Transplant Asparagus?

Early spring brings the delicate spears of asparagus. The vegetable requires minimal care in a well-prepared garden. As a long-lived perennial, asparagus does best left in one location. Ideally, tr... Read More »