Sambucus racemosa is the species of the elder trees known as with bunches. It is a shrub of the family of the Caprifoliaceae now placed in that of the Adoxaceae , whose subspecies push in the coldest parts of the North America, of the Europe and the Asia.
DescriptionIt is a shrub with composed null and void sheets, the toothed leaflets, the falling down branches. The Inflorescence S of small flowers creams are in panicles pyramidal. The fruits are Drupe S of color bright red.
- reproductive bodies:
- Standard of inflorescence: cyme multipare
- distribution of the sexes: Standard hermaphrodite
- of pollination: entomogame
- Period of flowering: April at May
- Standard of fruit: Drupe
- Mode of dissemination: endozoochore
- Habitat and distribution:
- standard Habitat: thickets shrubby médioeuropéens, planitiaires-collinéens, psychrophilous, eutrophiles, mesohydric
- Surface of distribution: circumboréal
Sambucus racemosa aurea
- Sambucus racemosa subsp. pubens , the American subspecies of the elder tree
- Sambucus racemosa subsp. racemosa , the European and Asian subspecies
UseAcid fruit, rich in pectin, is used in mixture (50%) with the black elder tree for cold .
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