Sambucus cerulea blue elderberry
Habitat: Moist to dry sites in valley bottoms, along rivers & streams, or in open forests.
7-10 feet tall.
Fruit: clusters of juicy, round, powder-blue, berry-like (edible)
Flowers: small, white, in flat-topped clusters, up to 10 inches across
Leaves: opposite, compound with 5-9 sharply serrate leaflets. Smooth & hairless; 2-6 inches long
Multi-stemmed, grows singly, does not form stands.