Most: 2 or more for best fruit production. Plant 4-6’ apart.
Paw Paws: need 2 different ones for pollination. Plant 6-10’ apart.
Old-time Vermonters say they never get colds in the winter, sipping Elderberry juice from the freezer. Easy to grow with big harvests and a songbird’s favorite. Can even grow in moist areas.
They can reach approximately 8 feet high, and thrive even where it is quite moist. You will need to plant two different varieties to get a nice crop. In spring, the large but cascading branches are covered with creamy blossoms. The fruit is very good for you.