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Re: Sambucus "Black Beauty & Black Lace"


These Sambucus were sold in our MG sales; I personally don't have one.
Like Gene said though, they didn't really do well for us, but I thought
it was because we had such little ones to begin with.


Kitty

-- "pdickson" <pdickson@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
Wow... that does sound like it is going to be beautiful.
I am not sure where I would put a new shrub that gets that big but I may
have to find a place.  Do you have your Sambucus in some shade?  I put the 2 
I planted this year in some shade because the sun gets so intense here.
Tricia
zone 6b
western Ok
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Subject: Re: [CHAT] Sambucus "Black Beauty & Black Lace"


> We purchased cuttings of Sambucus 'Sutherlands Gold' for the nursery a
> couple of years ago.  It looks really pretty next to the dark varieties.
> Next year we will be getting Physocarpus 'Summer Wine' (Ninebark) which I
> think is a sport of Diablo and is also very dark.
> I'm also excited about getting 'Little Honey' Oakleaf Hydrangea and
> especially for Calycanthus x 'Venus' - an intergeneric hybrid Sweetshrub.
> Chris turned me on to a good woody supplier.
>
> Kitty
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "pdickson" <pdickson@sbcglobal.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 1:36 AM
> Subject: [CHAT] Sambucus "Black Beauty & Black Lace"
>
>
>> I just saw a couple of pictures of these too shrubs.  Wow... has anyone
> seen
>> them yet?
>> Sambucus "Black Beauty" has been out since 2000 but "Black Lace" is
>> coming
>> out in 2006.
>> I get a newsletter from About.com Gardening Guide that has an interesting
>> article on "Black Foliage Shrubs to Add Color to Your Garden".
>> If you are interested I can forward the e-mail to you.
>> I love Elderberries anyway and this one looks exciting.
>> Tricia
>> zone 6b
>> western Ok
>>
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