The elderberry carries beautiful white plants that open into late spring and grow small blackish blue or red berries.
Thanks to the fruit’s sweet and sour taste, it results in being a useful ingredient in cakes, candies, preserves, jams and even wine and spirits. Its fruit, bark and leaves have many beneficial properties.
It is rich in A and C vitamins, calcium, B6 vitamin, iron and antioxidants. Used as an infusion, elderberry helps treat colds, lowers fevers and relieves sore throats.