- Thursday, August 28, 2008 out-standing!!! 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. - Thursday, May 07, 2009 Keeps coming back! Reviewed By: Amanda (wheeling, WV) I love elderberries ever since I was a child they grew wild in Oh where I lived. We used to make jelly which was soooo good! I got 2 of these elderberry plants last year for mothers day. After I planted them and they were starting to come up my neighbor mowed them by accident not once but serveral times. I finally told them about it. I thought they were dead for sure but this spring I noticed that they are growing so fast and full. They are already about 3 ft tall. They keep coming back!!!! Thank goodness.
- Tuesday, June 09, 2009 Such a great plant Reviewed By: Rose (Martinsburg, WV) These are a great plant to have around. They grow well in full sun but we most often saw them in the wild in the verge of power line or rail road cuts. They are all over our area in WV and transplant easily. Wonderful flavor for jellies, especially if cut with apple - Delicious. We have 8-10 plants and have all the fruit we'd need.