wayfaring tree(redirected from wayfaring trees)
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A deciduous Eurasian shrub (Viburnum lantana) having flat clusters of white flowers and fruits that turn from red to black.
[Short for wayfaring man's tree (perhaps from the fact that it frequently grows in hedgerows and provides shade).]
(Plants) a caprifoliaceous shrub, Viburnum lantana, of Europe and W Asia, having white flowers and berries that turn from red to black
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|Noun||1.||wayfaring tree - vigorous deciduous European treelike shrub common along waysides; red berries turn black|