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FRESH ELDEBERRY DIRECT FROM OUR FARM
WHY WE GROW
We are elderberry enthusiasts! Locally grown and farm-direct, Elderberry Grove provides elderberry syrups to families who love fresh-squeezed & organic + we offer elderberry cuttings to grow your own.
From farm-to-bottle made by Louise & Jed
near Switsemalph in Secwepemcúl'ecw (salmon arm, bc)
Let customers speak for us
Cant wait to plant my cuttings here in Montreal!
Hello, this is my review of a super product. I am 70 years old and healthy. I have 1 table spoon of elderberry
juice or syrup everyday to keep my immune system healthy. A few years ago I received four cuttings of
elderberry, no such luck growing them. Have a feeling the soil was not right. I grew up with elderberry jam, juice,
pies and anything else mom could make from them, I was in a different province then. Anyway, I would like
say that for your immune system you cannot find a better way to keep it healthy.
Love the taste of elderberries hoping to use them in my kombucha everything seems to be going well so far have them in pots right now just starting to bud will plant once I get my irrigation system in
I received three different elderberries about 2 weeks ago. The cuttings are growing fast in my garage. I'll transplant them in about one month, if not sooner. We live in Victoria BC (zone 8-9) so I expect them to grow well. I once lived in Germany for 1 year and there were elderberry (Holunder in German) trees in the woods. One reason I grow these elderberries is for their flowers, not the berries. I can't wait to see them bloom (I guess in a couple of years?)
I really like elderberrygrove's service and the quality of the cuttings I received. Thanks!
Two elderberry cuttings growing inside my house, in the pot. Very good and simple instruction. Need to find a proper place to put them in the ground outside.
I potted up the cuttings as per the instruction sheet. They have now all started leading out. The ‘Kent’ variety was the last, but eventually did a week after the others. I got a variety pack that Elderberry Grove selected for me based on my area (Saskatoon, SK)
Reveived well packaged with good planting instructions. Waiting for snow to clear so I can implement them. Really looking forward to these plants growing in my garden.
Very professional and positive people, they helped me with the selection and instructed me how to plant the cuttings. I use elderberry flowers for tea and I want to try to make berry juice as well. I am very grateful for his patience.
I’m excited to watch these grow and ivv bc will make medicine with the berries in the future !
I use it in tea, smoothies and sometimes by the table spoon. Helps my immune system stay strong. Colds and allergy cut short.
Just want to say that the Cuttings were very nice and great instruction sheet. Fast service. I let elderberry grove pick the type of cuttings for my area. I have them now rooting in pots ( need to prepare permanent spot for them ). Looking forward to them growing. I was able to get some elderberries from someone and made syrup last year and dried some for future use.
I had a very positive experience ordering from Elderberry Grove. They made great selections of 3 varieties of healthy looking cuttings for my area and shipped them quickly and safely. They provided friendly and helpful customer service. I haven’t yet planted the cuttings but am hopeful they will grow well.
Used the "Let us pick" option and received 4 different varieties. Out of the 10 I ordered 9 have vigorous growth already.Can't wait to transfer outside this spring
Great service all my cuttings are alive and now pushing out leaves. Just awesome period.
I have been trying to buy black European elderberry for years.The near by nurseries promised and promised again, but never delivered. Almost thought I have to sneak a cutting or two by the Biegel at the airport. Most of my family still lives in Europe, where elderberry bushes grow wild. Here are some hints how my family benefits from elderberry bushes. Dry the clusters of berries in the attic / or drier / then separate them and use them for teas especially mixed with wild rose hips. Use the flowers and berries for wine making. Flowers make excellent light sparkling vine /some experience required/, but fruit vine is quite easy to make. On the end a speciality of my country: clusters of flowers are dipped in milk then flour and on the end into lightly beaten egg + salt + pepper, then fried in oil like schnitzels. And you thought fried pickle is the weird stuff. Cheers to all.