Over 2 Million Happy Customers

Free shipping on all orders

#1 - Marge Elderberry
#2 - Marge Elderberry
#3 - Marge Elderberry
#4 - Marge Elderberry
Fruit Trees & Bushes

Marge Elderberry

Sambucus nigra

Grow your own elderberries for jams, pies, wine, and more 

  • Resistant to pests, diseases, and extreme temperatures 
  • Self-pollinating with white flowers and dark berries 
  • Fragrant and heavy-blooming for “fruitful” seasons
89.9547% OFF
  • FREE Shipping
  • In stock

Additional discounts for large orders

Get up to 30% OFF on your order

Discount levelCart total
15% OFF
25% OFF
30% OFF
$300 or more
Questions? Call our plant experts: (800) 973-8959

Hardy Elderberry Plant with Edible Fruit and Lovely Aroma

Growing your own elderberries has never been easier, or more fun than with the Marge Elderberry! This variety is resistant to pests, diseases, and harsh climates, so you can enjoy heavy blooms and fruit production. Plus, it has a lovely fragrance and gorgeous white flowers that contrast deep purple berries.

This heavy-blooming elderberry plant is aromatic and hardy, giving you seasons of high fruit yields. Plus, its resistance to pests and diseases include protection against Ericoid Mites. This foliage can withstand even the driest and coldest climates!

And since this variety is self-pollinating, you get flowers and fruits from previous years’ branches easily! Enjoy beautiful, contrasting color with its white blooms and dark berries, and transform your garden. It blooms in early summer for a later summer harvest, and this plant even has gorgeous fall color for seasons of beauty.
If you’re ready to have your own elderberry grove, adding the easy-to-maintain Marge Elderberry is the right choice. Order yours now!

Full Planting & Care Instructions

Product Details

    Mature Height:6-8 ft.
    Mature Width:3-4 ft.
    Sunlight:Full Sun
    Growth Rate:Fast
    Harvest Time:Late summer
    Botanical Name:Sambucus nigra
    Does Not Ship To:AZ,OR
    Grows Well In Zones:4-7 outdoors
    grow zone map

    Growing Zones: 4-7 outdoors

    (hardy down to -20℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos