Sambucus nigra (Introduced)

Sambucus nigra L., Sp. Pl. 1: 269-270 269 1753. (Syn: Sambucus arborescens Gilib.; Sambucus aurea Hort. ex Carr.; Sambucus dissecta Hort. ex C. Koch; Sambucus elegans Hort. ex C. Koch; Sambucus floribunda Hort. ex C. Koch; Sambucus florida Salisb.; Sambucus laciniata Mill.; Sambucus leucocarpa Hort. ex C. Koch; Sambucus linearis Hort. ex C. Koch; Sambucus medullosa Gilib.; Sambucus monstrosa hort. ex Loud.; Sambucus nigra f. albomarmorata Geerinck; Sambucus nigra f. chlorocarpa (Hayne) Geerinck; Sambucus nigra f. luteomarmorata Geerinck; Sambucus pulverulenta Hort. ex C. Koch; Sambucus rotundifolia Lodd. ex Sweet; Sambucus virescens Desf.; Sambucus vulgaris Neck.);  

Images by Nalini & Aarti S. Khale (Identified by Gurcharan Singh) (Inserted by J.M.Garg)


 


Elder, Elderberry, Black Elder, European Elder, European Elderberry, European Black Elderberry, Common ElderElder Bush;
  
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Fotos taken in Ritterhude in August / Sept. 2009
Sending them, as I remember ... had sent some Sambucus-fotos from India.
Berries are used to make juice and jam, they are rich on Vitamine C.
Flowers are used to make Bhaji, sending fotos separately.
 
- Yes this one is S. nigra. I had uploaded the herbaceous species S. wightiana, the Himalayan Elder earlier confused with European S. ebulus.
 
 
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Berries are used to make juice and jam, they are rich on Vitamine C. Flowers are used to make Bhaji, Pakodas. Mouthwatering. 

- I think the European plant is Sambucus nigra, with usually five leaflets.
- yes it is Sambucus nigra. Foto of the leaflets I can take in April / May this year. At present the trees and bushes are leafless and covered with snow.
 
 
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Sambucus for ID : Pahalgam : 191011 : AK-2: Taken at Pahalgam on the 8th of Sept,11.
This is Sambucus species or American Elder with leaves having a white margin.
Flowers not seen... only bunch of berries seen, green & some black ones.
This would be 'Variegata' ?


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Plant for ID :: Bratislava :: EU-ARKOCT47 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
This medium sized bush was seen in the Bratislava castle grounds in May 2016.
Requested to please provide ID.
Sambucus is a genus of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae. The various species are commonly called elder or elderberry.
Elder (Sambucus nigra)...

Sambucus nigra
 
 
  
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