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Wayfaring Tree


The Wayfaring Tree is a shrub with clusters of creamy-white flowers, each identical in appearance. The leaves may aid identification further, being oval and wrinkled with small teeth.

Found in hedgerows and scrub on lime, much more commonly in the south. In blossom from mid spring to early summer.



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