Sambucus nigra L. subsp. canadensis (L.) Bolli, Diss. Bot. 223:168. 1994 (syn: (≡) Sambucus canadensis L. (basionym); (=) Sambucus canadensis var. laciniata A. Gray; (=) Sambucus simpsonii Rehder) as per GRIN;
Sambucus canadensis L., Sp. Pl. 269 1753. (Syn: Aralia sololensis Donn.Sm.; Sambucus bipinnata Moench [Illegitimate]; Sambucus bipinnata Schltdl. & Cham.; Sambucus canadensis var. laciniata A.Gray …….; Sambucus intermedia var. insularis Schwer.; Sambucus mexicana C.Presl ex DC.; Sambucus mexicana var. bipinnata (Schltdl. & Cham.) Schwer.; Sambucus nigra var. canadensis (L.) B.L.Turner; Sambucus nigra subsp. canadensis (L.) Bolli; Sambucus oreopola Donn. Sm.; Sambucus simpsonii Rehder) as per The Plant List Ver.1.1 ;
American Elderberry, American elder, elderberry, sweet elder, shambhukosha;
Shrub for Id- 071109Jm1 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
On 31/10/09 at Herbal Garden, on the outskirts of Hyderabad, A.P.
Some Sambucus sp.
Thanks, … It matches well with Sambucus canadensis as per details from Indiantreepix Database:
I suppose Sambucus nigra
Mine has nine leaflets. I think Sambucus canadensis only. Also perfectly matches with posts in Indiantreepix Database.
You may like to check Wikipedia links:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sambucus_nigra (Sambucus nigra)
“It is a deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 4–6 m (rarely to 10 m) tall. The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs, 10–30 cm long, pinnate with five to seven (rarely nine) leaflets, the leaflets 5–12 cm long and 3–5 cm broad, with a serrated margin. The hermaphrodite flowers are borne in large corymbs 10–25 cm diameter in mid summer, the individual flowers white, 5–6 mm diameter, with five petals; they are pollinated by flies.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sambucus_canadensis (Sambucus canadensis)
“It is a deciduous suckering shrub growing to 3 m or more tall. The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs, pinnate with five to nine leaflets, the leaflets around 10 cm long and 5 cm broad. In summer, it bears large (20-30 cm diameter) corymbs of white flowers above the foliage, the individual flowers 5-6 mm diameter, with five petals.”
Reuest for Tree iD 0039:
Defence Colony, Indiranagar, Bangalore
Sambucus canadensis; family: Sambucaceae. Please check whether this is the synonym of S.nigra. This is an ornamental bush seen in many places in Mysore also.
Can it be this also? The bark has smaller thorn like dots.
Thanks to all for showing and for id of this plant. This was pending with me from NBPGR Shimla.
Yes i could find those pics
050612 BRS 370 for id id. request.:
Location: NBNP Garden, Anaikatti, Coimbatore (640 MSL)
Yes looks like Sambucus Canadensis
Hooghly Today : don’t know what ornamental : Attachments (11). 5 posts by 3 authors.
Likely to be Sambucus species
…, maybe one or none of the following-
Yes it is Sambucus mexicana; Caprifoliaceae. Mexican elderberry.
Plant for id Assistance : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Habra, Kolkata, WB
Is it cultivated ? If so, it can be Sambucus nigra L. subsp. canadensis (L.) Bolli (pl. click for images).
Also check comparative images of different species so far in efi at Sambucus
The flowers and leaves remind me of Sambucus Species as suggested by …
For me the ID by … is correct. I have seen many plants of this species in Mysore.
Thank you everyone.
Sambucus canadensis L. : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6) – around 500 kb each.
Location: Gyaneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Elevation : 4500 ft.
Date 11 November 2108
Habit : Cultivated
Please identify these flowers in nasik – efloraofindia | Google Groups
Mahabaleshwar, MH :: Sambucus for validation :: ARK2020-077 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Seen near at many places in Mahabaleshwar, MH in March 2020.
Is this Sambucus nigra subsp. canadensis?
Requested to please validate.
Request for identification-A3 : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1) – 2 MB.
Sambucus sp. Check Sambucus adnata.
Did you check with the stated species?
Please check sambucus sp.
I agree with … id as Sambucus adnata as per the following:
I don;t think it is S. adnata, a species which is never more than 2 m tall, a suffrutescent herb. S. adnata looks similar to S. wightiana except for very small stipules
Yes, it appears more closer to images at Sambucus nigra L. subsp. canadensis (L.) Bolli