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What does an elderberry plant look like?

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Elderberry is a shrub which is a member of the honeysuckle family. It has a smooth gray bark. The corky bumps normally cover the slender branches. It has compound leaves which are coarsely toothed and pointed.
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1. Check the pH range of the designated planting site. Elderberry bushes need to grow in soil with a pH range between 5.5 and 6.5. Purchase a soil testing kit from your local county
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The berries are used.
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Elderberry bushes have canes that grow upright. The leaves are skinny and long.
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That's so sad. I'm really sorry that this is happening to you. It could be possible that acid rains & high levels of UV-B radiation are affecting your plants health, & that
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