Edible: Elderberry [Sambucus canadensis]


16 Elderberry Elderberry.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, May 22, 2011

1 Elderberry Elderberry. Leaves poisonous. Flowers must be cooked. Berries in late summer.
Source: Central Park, Jun 10, 2000

12 Elderberry Elderberry.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 01, 2006

13 Elderberry Elderberry.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 01, 2006

14 Elderberry flowers Elderberry flowers.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 01, 2006

15 Elderberry Elderberry. Wildman must have been talking about it.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 01, 2006

6 Elderberry Elderberry. Ripe in August.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 08, 2001

7 Elderberry flowers Elderberry flowers. Flowers edible.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 08, 2001

8 Elderberry flower Elderberry flower.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 08, 2001

2 Elderberry Elderberry. Berries in August. Flowers in June.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 09, 2000

3 Elderberry flower Elderberry flower. Last one of the season.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 09, 2000

17 Common elderberry Common elderberry.
Source: Inwood Park, Manhattan, Jul 17, 2011

4 Elderberries Elderberries. But no berries!
Source: Central Park, Jul 29, 2000

9 Elderberry Elderberry.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 29, 2001

10 Elderberry Elderberry. Not ripe.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 29, 2001

11 Elderberry Elderberry.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Jul 29, 2001

5 Elderberry Elderberry. So many berries the branches are drooping. Berries are better cooked. Stems poisonous, so you have to pull all the berries off.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Sep 02, 2000



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