White Bryony


White Bryony is a climbing plant with long and conspicuous tendrils and clusters of greenish white 5-petalled flowers with dark veins.

Found in hedges, wood margins and scrub, usually on lime. In flower from late spring to early autumn.

Very common in England except in the extreme west and the north. Very rare elsewhere.



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