Sambucus Nigra Black Tower

sambucus nigra black towerSambucus Nigra Black Tower

Nigra black tower is a fully hardy, deciduous shrub grown for its foliage. 

The leaves start green in the spring and turn burgandy red in the summer, if exposed to lots of sunshine. Small pink, lightly perfumed flowers which complement the leaves, crown the end of the stems in big flattened sprays from June.

Followed by glossy black elderberries. Place in a shrub border to add contrast and intrest or stand alone for a dramatic statement.

Plant in full sun in well drained soil. Can reach heights up to 2.5m and spread 1.25m


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