A genus of shrubs (Sambucus) having broad umbels of white flowers, and small black or red berries.
A quick growing shrub (Sambucus) which has massses of white flowers in summer which can be used for making wine and black berries in autumn which are used for pies jams etc.
any of numerous shrubs or small trees of temperate and subtropical northern hemisphere having white flowers and berrylike fruit
a native shrub or small tree growing to about three metres tall. It has aromatic white flowers and black berries.
Elder (Sambucus nigra) This tree can be found anywhere in the UK, it is a weedy, scrubby specimen most often with gnarled, broken branches. A weed, and an early coloniser of waste ground. The flower buds, flowers and berries are useful in a wide range of foods and drinks. The buds can be pickled, the flowers used in wine, soft drinks and desserts, and the berries eaten in jams, made into wine, used for making pontiack sauce, and have many other uses. There are many cultivated varieties available for home planting, some with berries of different colours