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Does anyone have 1 yr or older Elderberry plants for sale?

 
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Hi! I know a lot of you grow elderberries. As the title suggests I'm looking for Elderberry plants that are at least 1 year old. Nova and York are preferred but I will consider others. If anyone has any for sale or knows of someone else who has them please let me know.

Thanks!
 
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It might help members respond if they knew roughly where in the world you are. Did you want to collect them or have them shipped?
 
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Sorry, I thought it would appear since I entered it my profile. I'm in Kansas City, MO, USA. I imagine they'd have to be bare rooted and shipped from within the USA. Thanks.
 
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I only have native elderberry, root sprouts from a plant which has grown for multiple years.
 
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https://onegreenworld.com/?s=elderberry&post_type=product
This company ships about a dozen different varieties of elderberry, but they don't say how old the live plants are, so contacting them directly would probably be best.
 
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Tyler Ludens wrote:I only have native elderberry, root sprouts from a plant which has grown for multiple years.



That might work if you're willing to send the shoot with some roots. If you don't mind, PM me with what kinds you have and what you'd want for them. Thanks.

I asked OGW and they are less than a year. I've googled this extensively and finally found 1 place that offered 2 yr plants.
 
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