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Nova Elderberry Bring beauty to your landscape and fresh fruit to your table. In spring, these plants feature lovely white blooms, and in summer, they produce a bounty of soft, dark purple berries that are good for cooking or making delicious jams, jellies and wines. The shrubs also make great wildlife attractants. Cold-tolerant. For successful growing and fruit production, plant Nova and York varieties 6-8' apart, so they can pollinate one another.
Cucumbers tend to take over other plants, so they should be grown by themselves. Who knew? This is from a great blog- 100 Days of Real Food