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Gelderse roos (Viburnum opulus)

De Gelderse roos is in Nederland vooral te vinden in het rivierengebied langs kreken of strangen. De bloem wordt door insecten bezocht vanwege de honing. De rode giftige vruchten worden door vogels weinig gewaardeerd, ze blijven lang in de winter hangen.

Deze vruchten bevatten coumarinen, diterpenen en glycosiden welke ernstige spijsverteringsklachten kunnen veroorzaken.

 

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Βιβούρνο χιονόσφαιρα - χιονόμπαλα

European Snowball Viburnum

Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'

More berries from Guelder Rose (Viburnum opulus). Primrose Hill Community Woodland. Bath, BANES, England, UK.

Guelder rose berries are in abundance in the woodland. Primrose Hill Community Woodland. Bath, BANES, UK.

blossoms of a snowball tree or guelder rose (Viburnum opulus / Schneeball) in my garden HMBT! ☀️

 

The common name 'guelder rose' relates to the Dutch province of Gelderland, where a popular cultivar, the snowball tree, supposedly originated. Other common names include water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree, common snowball and European cranberrybush, though this plant is not closely related to the cranberry (Wikipedia)

 

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Russian street musicians at the subway station Karlsplatz in Vienna

 

They also played the famous Russian song 'Kalinka". "Kalinka" is a diminutive of "Kalina", the guelder-rose, Viburnum opulus (German: Gewöhnlicher Schneeball), whose fruit is considered a national symbol in Russia. "The red fiery color of the berries represents beauty in Russian culture and together with sweet raspberries [mentioned as Мали́нкa, Malinka, in the second line of the song's refrain] it symbolises the passionate love of a beautiful maiden, since berries were always an erotic symbol in Russia.[...] The bitter side of the red fruit also symbolizes love separation in Russian folk culture." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viburnum_opulus

   

Der gewöhnliche Winterschneeball, auch Dampfbeere, Drosselbeere, Wasserholder oder Schlangenbeere genannt, gehört zur Familie der Moschuskrautgewächse. Wie der Name vermuten lässt, blüht er gerade im Winter gerne, aber fast auch ganzjährig.

 

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Gemeiner Schneeball - viburnum opulus

 

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Berries are mildly toxic if eaten raw (and unpleasant!) but makes an interesting jelly - www.eatweeds.co.uk/guelder-rose-jelly-recipe

Gemeiner Schneeball - viburnum opulus

 

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Viburnum trilobum (American Cranberrybush Viburnum, American Cranberrybush, Kalyna or Highbush or High Bush Cranberry) is a species of Viburnum native to northern North America,

 

It is very closely related to the European and Asian Viburnum opulus, and is often treated as a variety of it,

 

Although often called "Highbush Cranberry", it is not a cranberry. The name comes from the red fruits which look superficially like cranberries, and have a similar flavor and ripen at the same time of year. The fruits, sour and rich in vitamin C, can be eaten raw or cooked into a sauce to serve with meat or game

 

This is a commonly used berry in Western Canadian cultures. Peoples of various origins both Native and European have used the berries for many years.

 

The Canadian French name for the berries is Pembina. The name Pembina was then applied to two rivers, one in Manitoba and North Dakota, and one in Alberta,

The Ukrainians called the berry Kalyna, which is now the name of an ecomusem in Alberta ...... from Wikipedia

Berries of the Guilder Rose (Viburnum opulus). Primrose Hill Community Woodland. Bath, BANES, England, UK.

今年も咲き出しました。

Viburnum opulus - Gemeiner Winterschneeball

 

Vintage Mamiya 645 3.5 150 mm on Fujifilm GFX 50 S

I think I've got the correct ID but I've also loaded a photo of the leaves. If I'm wrong please let me know.

Viburnum opulus (common name: guelder-rose or guelder rose; /ˈɡɛldər/ is a species of flowering plant in the family Adoxaceae (formerly Caprifoliaceae) native to Europe, northern Africa and central Asia.

The common name 'guelder rose' relates to the Dutch province of Gelderland, where a popular cultivar, the snowball tree, supposedly originated. Other common names include water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree, common snowball, and European cranberrybush, though this plant is not closely related to the cranberry.

Viburnum opulus is a deciduous shrub growing to 4–5 m (13–16 ft) tall. The leaves are opposite, three-lobed, 5–10 cm (2–4 in) long and broad, with a rounded base and coarsely serrated margins; they are superficially similar to the leaves of some maples, most easily distinguished by their somewhat wrinkled surface with impressed leaf venation. The leaf buds are green, with valvate bud scales.

The hermaphrodite flowers are white, produced in corymbs 4–11 cm (2–4 in) in diameter at the top of the stems; each corymb comprises a ring of outer sterile flowers 1.5–2 cm in diameter with conspicuous petals, surrounding a center of small (5 mm), fertile flowers; the flowers are produced in early summer, and pollinated by insects. The fruit is a globose bright red drupe 7–10 mm diameter, containing a single seed. The seeds are dispersed by birds.

Der Gewöhnliche Schneeball (Viburnum opulus), auch Gemeiner Schneeball, Herzbeer, Blutbeer, Dampfbeere, Drosselbeerstrauch, Geißenball, Glasbeere, Schlangenbeere, Wasserholder, Wasser-Schneeball genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung der Schneebälle (Viburnum) in der Familie der Moschuskrautgewächse (Adoxaceae). Er ist in Eurasien weit verbreitet und wird als Ziergehölz verwendet. Der Gewöhnliche Schneeball (Viburnum opulus L. subsp. opulus) ist in ganz Europa, West- und Nordasien verbreitet. Als Neophyt kommt Viburnum opulus subsp. opulus auch in Teilen Nordamerikas vor.

 

Viburnum opulus (common name guelder-rose[1]) is a species of flowering plant in the family Adoxaceae (formerly Caprifoliaceae) native to Europe, northern Africa and central Asia.

Other common names include water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree and European cranberrybush, though this plant is not closely related to the cranberry. Some botanists also include the North American species Viburnum trilobum .

 

(Wikipedia)

de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gew%C3%B6hnlicher_Schneeball

 

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Βιβούρνο χιονόσφαιρα - χιονόμπαλα

European Snowball Viburnum

Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'

Gewöhnlicher Schneeball - Viburnum opulus

Am Weißensee im Allgäu

Viburnum opulus (common name: guelder-rose or guelder rose; /ˈɡɛldər/ is a species of flowering plant in the family Adoxaceae (formerly Caprifoliaceae) native to Europe, northern Africa and central Asia.

The common name 'guelder rose' relates to the Dutch province of Gelderland, where a popular cultivar, the snowball tree, supposedly originated. Other common names include water elder, cramp bark, snowball tree, common snowball, and European cranberrybush, though this plant is not closely related to the cranberry.

Viburnum opulus is a deciduous shrub growing to 4–5 m (13–16 ft) tall. The leaves are opposite, three-lobed, 5–10 cm (2–4 in) long and broad, with a rounded base and coarsely serrated margins; they are superficially similar to the leaves of some maples, most easily distinguished by their somewhat wrinkled surface with impressed leaf venation. The leaf buds are green, with valvate bud scales.

The hermaphrodite flowers are white, produced in corymbs 4–11 cm (2–4 in) in diameter at the top of the stems; each corymb comprises a ring of outer sterile flowers 1.5–2 cm in diameter with conspicuous petals, surrounding a center of small (5 mm), fertile flowers; the flowers are produced in early summer, and pollinated by insects. The fruit is a globose bright red drupe 7–10 mm diameter, containing a single seed. The seeds are dispersed by birds.

binomial name: Viburnum opulus Roseum

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On a walk around my neighbourhood October 26, 2015 Christchurch New Zealand.

Gemeiner Schneeball - Viburnum opulus

bei Frankenhausen im Odenwald

ビバーナム スノーボール (西洋テマリカンボク)         in my garden

学名 Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'

英名 snowball tree

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Taken Sun Lane nature reserve Burley in Wharfedale West Yorkshire.

The Guelder-rose is a small tree of woodland edges, hedgerows, grassland scrub, fens and riversides, and is frequently planted along roadsides or in gardens and parks. The large, white flowers appear in June and July and are followed by clusters of red berries, which are an important food source for birds, such as Bullfinches and Mistle Thrushes. Its broad, lobed leaves are very recognisable when they turn brilliant red in the autumn.

Viburnum opulus _ Guelder rose _ Gelderse roos

 

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