Frank P Matthews
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Elderflower trees are grown for the production of it’s exceptionally large flowers and berries. The flowers can be used for Elderflower juices and cordial, and the dark red/black berries can be used for juicing, pies and dye. The fruits are also very high in anthocyanin content.
Elders are hermaphrodite, which means both the male and female reproductive parts are contained within the same flower. Self fertile and quick growers. We supply elderflower trees in containers and bare root.
The flowers are also very good for providing a home for insects. Looks better when the tree is allowed to grow into it’s natural shape.
Large flowers and berries. Berry clusters can weigh up to 200g. The flowers can be used for juices/cordial, pies and dye.
Very large blooms perfect for making Elderflower cordials and other drinks and flavourings. Self fertile.
Large, deep red round berries. Great for jams, jellies, juices and dyes. The large flower umbrels are fragrant.
Vigorous, very heavy cropping deep red, richly flavoured berries ripen in late August-September.