Produces huge clusters of 1/4 inch
berries. Pendulous flower heads prevent birds from getting all the fruit.
Bob Gordon is unusual as an elderberry, it’s fruit can grow on new
canes, so some growers with a long
growing season do cut to the ground
yearly. This will make a lower 5 – 6 ft tall easier to harvest. Fruit ripens
in July. & August Produces huge clusters of 1/4 inch berries, lower 5 –
6 ft. tall easier to harvest. Zones 4-8