Bob Gordon Elderberry (sambucus canandensis "Bob Gordon") - Discovered by Mr. Bob Gordon in Missouri, berries are larger and sweeter than other varieties. Produces large clusters of berries for syrups, pies, juice, wine, etc. in Summer. Interestingly this variety tends to hang the berry clusters upside down making it harder for birds to harvest. Grows approx. 6' - 8'' tall and wide. Perennial zones 3-9. One starter plant in 3" container. Pollinates with other Elderberry varieties. Bears in 2-3 years.