Black Lace™ Elderberry - Sambucus - NEW - HARDY - Proven Winners - 4" Pot

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Spring Sambucus Black Lace
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BLACK LACE™ (S. nigra 'Eva ppaf) Perhaps the coolest new plant ever developed this new Sambucus looks more like a Japanese maple or a Cimicifuga but a whole lot easier grow. Just imagine what you could do with that lacy, intense purple-black foliage! The unique texture and color provide season long interest. It gets even better. Massive clusters of pink flowers cover the plant in midsummer and emit a light lemon fragrance. What a contrast to the leaves! Use it as a shrub, as a bold perennial or train it into a small tree. It's colorful, versatile and easy to grow. Its intriguing dark foliage is finely cut like that of Japanese maple. But Black Lace is adaptable to most growing conditions and hardy all the way to Zone 4, making it a better choice than Japanese maple for many areas. Plant it in the perennial border or use it as a dramatic accent in the general landscape.
  • Black Lace™ Elderberry. Sambucus nigra 'Eva'pp#15575; cbr#2633
  • Lacy, intense purple-black foliage
  • Hardy in zones 4-7
  • 6-8' tall. Prefers sun or part-sun
  • Immediate shipping in 4" pots


  • 5
    cute plant!

    Posted by Jill E on Apr 20th 2021

    We were surprised by the shipping (two in a box, shipped sideways, taped to prevent the dirt from falling out, big bubblewrap in the box). It worked very nicely and quickly. They are smaller then we expected but perfect. Very sweet plant, cute, very healthy.

  • 5
    Black Lace Elderberry 4"

    Posted by Kylah on Apr 15th 2021

    Arrived a very healthy, beautiful plant. Transplanted to the earth happily, no issues so far.

  • 5
    Black lace elderberry

    Posted by Katie McKellips on Apr 9th 2021

    Excellent packaging and beautiful plant. Thriving quite well.

  • 4
    Black Lace Elderberry

    Posted by Cynthia L on Mar 30th 2021

    I received this plant a few days ago and it was in pretty good shape. I have it some water and set it close to my grow light. We have a frost coming a couple of days, so I am waiting to plant it. I am sure it will do fine.