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Wayfaring-tree (Viburnum lantana)


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A deciduous shrub with pale brown downy twigs. The leaves are in opposite pairs and are oval, wrinkled and very finely toothed. The underside of the leaves are grey and downy. It produces many small white flowers. The fruits are green at first then red and finally black. It flowers May to June and the poisonous fruits ripen July to October. Picture taken 14th May in woods near Old Warden, Bedfordshire.

2nd Jun 2006 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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