Botanical name:

Sambucus nigra 'Golden Tower'

Other names:

Elder 'Golden Tower', Golden elder 'Golden Tower', Elderberry 'Golden Tower', Black elder 'Golden Tower', Boor tree 'Golden Tower', Bore tree 'Golden Tower', Pipe tree 'Golden Tower', Elderflower bush 'Golden Tower'

Genus;

Sambucus

Variety or Cultivar;

'Golden Tower' _ 'Golden Tower' is a columnar to narrowly conical, bushy, deciduous shrub or small tree with pinnate leaves divided into three to seven, narrowly lance-shaped, golden-yellow to yellow-green leaflets and flattened panicles of tiny, aromatic, white flowers in summer followed by spherical, glossy, black fruit.

Native to:

Garden origin

Foliage:

Deciduous

Fragrance:

Flowers are scented.

Habit:

Narrowly columnar, Narrowly conical

Toxicity:

Any part of the plant may cause discomfort if ingested. However, the berries may be consumed when cooked.

Sambucus Nigra Golden Tower

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