Elderberry Plants for Sale

Elderberry plants are native to North America. They have beautiful white flower clusters and large bunches of small, dark berries. Elderberry fruit is well-known for its immune-boosting properties. Other advantages of the berries include their anti-carcinogenic and anti-oxidant properties, as well as being very high in vitamin C. Elderberries are used to make wine, juice, and jelly, but cannot be eaten raw. Little known fact: Elderberry blossom clusters are even used as a vegetable, coated in batter and cooked as fritters. Because of its late bloom in June, elderberry plants have very consistent fruit production. People find elderberry plants to be low-maintenance as they're not affected by insects or diseases. They're quick to grow to a mature height of 6-8 ft.


If you’re wondering where to buy elderberries, you’ve come to the right place! At Double A Vineyards, we offer some of the best elderberry plants for sale. While the plant is native to the United States, people aren’t typically as familiar with it as they are with blueberries or raspberries.

There are so many benefits to growing elderberry plants. Elderberries can be used in a variety of different ways, besides just eating. For instance, with their colorful and uniquely shaped leaves, you can plant them to create an attractive fruiting hedge and screen-in your backyard. They also produce aromatic white flowers during the spring and, of course, a bounty of luscious elderberries during the summer. The elderberry bush is also a great wildlife habitat, offering both shelter for small animals and a healthy food source.


Taste & Plant Attributes

But how do they taste? Elderberries have a pleasantly tart taste and can be used in wine, juice, jams, pies, and jellies. You can even use the flowers to make tea, fritters, and pancakes. Though some may want to eat elderberries fresh, we don't recommend that. Elderberries are mildly toxic until cooked.


Generally speaking, elderberry plants can tolerate different soil conditions, except for drought conditions. They’re also pest resistant and grow quickly to approximately six to 12 feet high. Berries typically ripen in early August to late September. 


Our Elderberry Plants

At Double A Vineyards, we offer several varieties of elderberry plants for sale, including Adams Elderberries, John Elderberries, and Nova Elderberries. Go ahead and shop with us today and see the difference in our elderberry quality and variety. There’s a reason we’re known for our berries!


If you have any questions about our elderberry shrubs, or aren’t sure which is right for your growing conditions, simply contact us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is standing by ready to assist you! Also, if growing elderberry plants is a new endeavor for you, or if you simply want more information, we suggest you browse our Books & Gifts and Resources sections for more details and tips on growing elderberry bushes. Remember, we’re here to help you succeed!

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  • Adams Elderberries
    Adams Elderberries produces huge clusters of large, sweet, purplish black berries. Used for pies, jams, preserves, juice and wine. Productive, hardy and easy to grow. Not bothered by insects or disease. Tolerates wet loc...
  • Johns Elderberries
    Huge clusters of large, sweet, tasty, purplish black berries. Good for pies, jams, jellies and wine. Like Adams, it is not bothered by insects or disease. Will grow in any soil. More vigorous and slightly less productive...
  • Nova Elderberries
    This large sweet fruit is good for wine, pie, and jelly. Ripens in August. Nova elderberries are partially self fruitful, but you will increase production by having a second variety....
  • Wyldewood 1 Elderberries
    A very productive elderberry that tends to have 3 umbrels on each stem. Can be pruned to a shrub or tree. Ripens 14-21 days later than Adams.
  • York Elderberries
    Largest berries of any cultivated variety. Another good source of vitamin C. Good for pie, juice, jelly and wine. Vigorous and hardy. Large white flowers in early summer and colorful fall foliage. Pollinates with Nova.
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    Elderberry Collection
    Though partially self-fruitful, elderberries reach optimal production when planted with a second variety. In this collection you will receive 2 each of Nova and York Elderberries. These varieties pollinate well together ...
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