Haschberg - Leading commercial variety for fruit production in Germany. Haschberg Elderberry has heavy yield of good sized clusters of juicy dark blue berries for jam, juice and wine. Zone 4-9.
Korsor - This Danish black elderberry cultivar is grown commercially because of its high yields. Korsor elderberry is well known for its exceptional medicinal qualities and immune boosting properties. Big clusters of large dark blue, juicy berries. 8 feet at maturity. Zone 4-9.
Nova - Commercial fruiting shrub with large berries and clusters, grows to about 6 ft. Used for jam, juice, wine and is sweeter than most other varieties. Self-fruitful, but Nova Elderberry often sets better with another variety. Early ripening. Prefers summer moisture for good fruit development. Zone 3-8.
York - Largest berry on big clusters. Berries ripen later than others. Prefers summer moisture to maintain fruit quality. Will produce in part shade and grows 8-12 ft. tall. Self-fertile, but often sets better with a second variety, usually Nova. Zone 3-8.