It would really help to know what country you are in. A lot of places won't ship across border (or sometimes within the same country) without a specific import licence.
The most affordable option would be to find some localtrees, acquire cuttings (in winter) or berries (in summer), and grow your elderberry forest from that. Around here, there are often found growing on the roadside, in or near the ditch, usually closest to where the earliest european farms were located.
Here in Indiana, the forestry service has a native plant sale. I bought 100 last year for about $45.
Some of them were just sticks but other were very large. Has some berries last year. This year they
Check for local and nearby states for them. Kantucky also has a program. Some of them will ship to
posted 4 years ago
good Idea. I will check with my state DNR forestery service