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GUELDER-ROSE Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) Height to 4m. Branched and deciduous shrub with hairless and angled twigs and scaly buds. Grows in hedgerows and scrub, mainly on heavy soils. FLOWERS are white; borne in flat-topped clusters comprising outer flowers that are 15-20mm across the inner ones that are 4-7mm across (Jun-Jul). FRUITS are red berries, borne in clusters. LEAVES are divided into 5 irregularly-toothed lobes. STATUS-Widespread and common, except in the N
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GUELDER-ROSE Viburnum opulus (Caprifoliaceae) Height to 4m. Branched and deciduous shrub with hairless and angled twigs and scaly buds. Grows in hedgerows and scrub, mainly on heavy soils. FLOWERS are white; borne in flat-topped clusters comprising outer flowers that are 15-20mm across the inner ones that are 4-7mm across (Jun-Jul). FRUITS are red berries, borne in clusters. LEAVES are divided into 5 irregularly-toothed lobes. STATUS-Widespread and common, except in the N

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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