opulus

opulus

(ˈɒpjʊləs)
n
(Plants) obsolete the guelder rose
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Look for Viburnum opulus and maybe grow it as an informal hedge if you want to attract wildlife.
In Altai, both the north and west facing slope receives relatively high precipitation and experiences low temperature, therefore, many broad-leaved species come under the canopy of Abies sibirica, like Viburnum opulus, Daphne mezereum, and Asarum europaeum.
Viburnum is a native of the Mediterranean area, including North Africa, and here is known as Vivournos , and by many other 'local' names throughout Europe, but not to be confused with Viburnum opulus , the 'Mediterranean Snowball', with its snowball-like flower heads, which can be grown at higher elevations here.
Other species such as Scots pine Pinus sylvestris, Norway spruce Picea abies, hornbeam Carpinus betulus, oak Quercus sp., common pear Pyrus communis, guelder-rose Viburnum opulus, silver birch Betula pendula and Prunus sp.
Viburnum opulus L.: A remedy for the treatment of endometriosis demonstrated by rat model of surgically-induced endometriosis.
Viburnum opulus, the guelder rose, is a beautiful native shrub that bears hordes of berries from March to November.
Viburnum opulus, the guelder rose, is a beautiful native shrub that bears hordes of glistening berries from March through to November.
Bullthrushes Viburnum opulus, the guelder rose, is a beautiful native shrub that bears hordes of glistening berries from March through to November.
Some invasive or potentially invasive species were common, at least locally: Acer platanoides, Euonymous fortunei, Lonicera japonica, Rhamnus cathartica, Rosa multiflora, Ulmus pumila, and Viburnum opulus.
I have a selection of old border forks and spades that are acting as temporary supports, and have also used twiggy prunings from an overenthusiastic Viburnum opulus Of course, prevention is better than cure, and that is why taller plants should be supported as they mature.