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Sambucus nigra (Common Elder)

 

A large deciduous bush or small tree with rugged fissured bark, forming green leaflets and umbels of fragrant, white flat-topped flowers in summer followed by black fruit in autumn. Both flowers and fruits are used in wine making. A useful plant for extremely chalky soils.
Height 8m (26ft), Spread 4m (13ft), 10-20 years to maturity.

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