Elder, also called elderberry, any of about 10 species, mainly shrubs and small trees, constituting the genus Sambucus of the family Adoxaceae. Most are native to forested temperate or subtropical areas of both hemispheres. They are important as garden shrubs, as forest plants, and for their berries, which provide food for wildlife and are used for wines, jellies, pies, and medicines.
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