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WAYFARING-TREE Viburnum lantana (Caprifoliaceae) Height to 6m. Deciduous shrub with downy, rounded twigs buds without scales. Grows in hedgerows and scrub, usually on calcareous soils. FLOWERS are 5-7mm across and creamy white; borne in flat-topped clusters, 6-10cm across (May-Jun). FRUITS are berries that ripen from red to black, but not simultaneously. LEAVES are ovate, finely toothed, wrinkled, dark green above and downy white below. STATUS-Locally common in SE England only.