Gabe Gordon wrote:Extreme southern Georgia, zone 8b. HOT, humid, and long summers, with tons of rainfall, and a bit swampy.
I have found blackberries growing prolifically in the wild, as well as winged sumac, wild grapes and maucadines, red Chokeberry, and a few blueberry patches even, seeming all to do well. Pecans grow all over the place too, and I’ve seen several lemon trees around here producing very well. On my property we have planted lots of mayhaws and elderberry, which love it here, including the western blue elderberry. I’ve also got a few American persimmon trees and some red mulberry trees doing really well
Johannes Schweinhardt wrote:
If you don't mind me asking, what characteristic(s) did you use to identify what you purchased as a morus rubra?
William Schlegel wrote:I have blue elderberry and eastern black elderberry (canadensis) in my yard. Blue elderberry grows all the way from Western Montana South to Southern California and beyond.
Stark Brothers says zones 4-8 for Nova and York.
If they don't flourish try Canadensis