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 -  Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Long Time No See
Reviewed By: Richard Conway (Dothan, Alabama)
I am a native of up state New York, I have been living in Alabama for 25 years, no one down here has herd of elderberrys, I did not know that they could survive in this area, I was searching and found out that Gurney's seed & Nursery carried these trees and they can survive in the deep south, I am excited.... I am just now ordering these trees, and can't wait to finally enjoy this fruit. Thank you Gurney's..
 -  Thursday, June 12, 2008
Elder Berries grow wild here
Reviewed By: Ellene Keller (Troy, Alabama)
I live in Pike County , Alabama. Elder berries grow wild here,but never knew that you could eat them.
 -  Thursday, August 28, 2008
Reviewed By: brandy (saginaw, mi)
Luv Luv Luv High yeilds,wonderfull in baked goods.Kids love to help pick and eat.
 -  Wednesday, January 21, 2009
The Wonder Berrytree
Reviewed By: Pamela Viera (High Point, North Carolina)
These are amazing fruit trees. Beautiful tiny flowers that produce wonderful berries for preserves and pies. I grow them in memory of my mom because they are her favorite. Easy to prune and control shape and size. Thank God for this wonderful plant.
 -  Monday, May 04, 2009
dumb comment above
Reviewed By: michelle (fairfax, va)
why would someone give a low rating b/c this plant is indigenious to where she lives. that is irrelevant. she provides no insight regarding taste or rate of growth or anything intelligent. thus, my rating is to counter hers.