Sambucus nigra ‘Eva’ (also known as ‘Black Lace’) has dramatic deeply dissected purplish-black foliage from spring to autumn, and bears pale-pink blooms from from May to June and blackish-red berr.
Sambucus nigra, commonly called European elder, is a deciduous, somewhat sprawling, multi-stemmed shrub (occasionally a small tree) that is native to Europe, southwestern Asia and northern Africa. It typically grows to 8-20’ (less frequently to 30′) tall.
Rhus Glabra Plant – Laciniata Upright mounding shrub with smooth stemmed branches. Finely divided fern-like green foliage in summer turning a bright red in fall. Showy red berries in fall and winter. Drought tolerant and of most soil conditions. Great for large borders. Rhus glabra ‘Laciniata’ Sumac – Cutleaf Smooth. Cutleaf Smooth Sumac has delicately dissected dark green leaves which
Sambucus Black Lace™ (Sambucus nigra ‘Eva’ ppaf) will be in limited release in 2006. The lacy, finely-cut foliage is even darker than Black Beauty. If you didn’t know better, you would mistake Sambucus Black Lace for a Japanese Maple. But unlike Japanese Maples, Sambucus Black Lace is an easy growing, durable shrub.
Black Lace ® elderberry is a perfectly stylish addition to your landscape. Intense purple black foliage is finely cut like lace, giving it an effect similar to that of Japanese maple. Indeed, some designers are using it in place of more sensitive plants since Black Lace is extremely durable and adaptable.
Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ has very finely cut, almost black foliage, which is the perfect foil to the pink-flushed blooms. In autumn, its leaves turn a rich red. To produce the best coloured leaves, prune plants back to ground level every year in early spring.
Black Lace Elderberry Sambucus nigra is a recent and stunning development in elderberry.
They are followed by dark berries that can be harvested or left on the plant to attract wildlife. Grow in fu.
Plant Description. Black Lace™ is a stunning development in Elderberry breeding. Intense purple black foliage is finely cut, giving it an effect similar to that of Japanese maple. Creamy pink flowers in spring contrast nicely with the dark leaves.
Sambucus nigra “Eva” Black Lace and S. nigra “Gerda” Black Beauty are developed.
canadensis, is best used as a naturalizing plant or as a living fence at the edge of the garden because it tends to.