The Berries Gallery:

Late Spring/Early Summer Berries portrait of
Sambucus racemosa pubens
Pacific Red Elderberry

   

Elderberry

   

Our Red Elderberry only fruits lightly, because there is not another one
with which to cross-pollinate for some great distance. The fruits
ripen to bright red in June. When green, the berries are toxic, but when
fully ripened are edible, though not especially tasty
unless cooked, sieved, spiced, & sweetened.


For more about our Pacific Red Elderberry, see the primary
Sambucus racemosa pubens page


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