viburnum opulus

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Great for women. Bark is a relaxing sedative used to relieve cramps and spasms, like uterine and menstrual. Used to help prevent miscarriage, internal bleeding and heart palpitations. Might constipate a bit, good to take with mild laxative herb or plant. Acidic red berries can be eaten in small quantities, toxic when unripe. Safer to cook ripe berries. Don’t take tea for more than 3 days at a time.White 5 petal flowers- big ones circle around cluster of tiny ones. Leaves look like maple leaves, opposite on stem.
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Go green with a basket of pink gardening tools; Buy a membership of Garden Organic at Ryton, near Coventry; A guelder rose tree; A book for those rainy days
At the moment, I'm trying to use things you would normally see in the garden at this time of year, things like forsythia, pussy willow and viburnum, which is also known as guelder rose.
Viburnums offer both scented flowers, usually in late winter or early spring, and then a variety of berries, from the gleaming red bunches of Viburnum opulus, or guelder rose, to the little purple clusters of Viburnum tinus.
Great for the birds in many cases, but also lovely to look at, there are lots to choose from such as cotoneaster, many roses including the massive-hipped Rosa 'Geranium', pyracantha, and many of the Sorbus and Guelder rose.
Elder, hazel and field maple make attractive fillers, and guelder rose, viburnum opulus or the wayfaring tree, viburnum lantana, will add white blossom and berries.
opulus, the guelder rose, is a common garden plant with its autumn berries and clusters of white flowers in early summer while V.
Also known as the Guelder Rose, it's a vigorous, tough but pretty shrub whose leaves turn a great autumnal colour.
The viburnums as a group are superb and the guelder rose, Viburnum opulus (main picture), produces opulent clusters of translucent scarlet berries that follow the white lace cap summer flowers.
Another early bloomer this year is viburnum opulus, the Guelder rose (above right), which, if it is allowed to reach maturity, will grow to about 12ft with a spread of 8-10ft.
Guelder Rose (Viburnum opulus) ( This native deciduous shrub is particularly striking at this time of year with its red berries and green leaves, which are turning to an autumnal shade of orangey red.