Sambucus Nigra Golden Tower

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Nigra golden tower is a deciduous, slender and more upright shrub, 

The leaves are incised and if grown in full sun are bright yellow-green. Which then become berries.

Clusters of white flowers appear from June. For best foliage effect cut back to ground level each year in early spring and apply 5-7cm of mulch around the base of the plant

Plant in full sun in well drained soil. Ideal for adding height to borders and beds, and can used as a centrepiece in a container.

Can reach 3m tall and 1m spread.


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