Sambucus canadensis. The 'York' elderberry is nearly identical to 'Nova' except that 'York' berries ripen a few weeks later. Like all its brethren, 'York' is carefree and will grow in dry or wet soil, although the berry production is best with adequate summer water. Pinnate leaves gives a tropical air to this easy grower. And it's one of the few fruiting plants that can provide berries in partial shade. Self-fruitful, but like all elderberries will provide more berries if planted near another variety. Elderberry wine has the most beautiful claret color you'll ever see. To 12' x 8'. Zones 4-9. Grown and shipped in 5 gal containers. Plants are now dormant. TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK.