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 -  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.
 -  Friday, March 19, 2010
smallest plant ever
Reviewed By: Bradley Henderson (Spring Lake, North Carolina)
I ordered 2 types the York and theNova Elderberry bushes they cost me $40 but when I got them they were the size of a toohpick no taller and no bigger around with 3 tiny leaves on each plant. Talk about disapointed they will take several years (if they live) to grow to any size and elderberries grow fast but these are so small it is unbelievable I checked thier commpetitors and found I could get 6 foot bushes for $20 each I do not recomend buying these from Gurnys untill they grow them bigger
 -  Wednesday, March 28, 2012
What? Really?
Reviewed By: Tracy  (Firestone, CO)
Super unhappy. I ordered 3 Elderberry bushes and they came in 2 inch pots. I could fit all 3 bushes in the palm of my hand. These are not priced right.
 -  Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Reviewed By: Mary (Toms River, NJ)
The elderberry trees were just little sticks when I first recieved them and grew vey little the first year. I am surprised to find they did survive their first winter. Hopefully, they will now begin to grow and resemble the product advertised by the company.
 -  Monday, September 26, 2011
Reviewed By: Robin McClary (Yakima, WA)
One York and one Nova arrived day before yesterday. The young plants look healthy. I planted the seedlings outside. They seem to be doing quite nicely. They were watered deeply. Their small size seems reasonable because they must be shipped for an affordable price.