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Viburnum • A genus of more than 150 evergreen, semi-evergreen, and deciduous woody plants that adorn the autumn with beads

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  1. 1. Viburnum
  2. 2. Viburnum · A genus of more than 150 evergreen, semi-evergreen, and deciduous woody plant. The fruit is a spherical, oval, or somewhat flattened drupe, red to purple, blue, or black, and containing a single seed; some are edible for humans, but many others are mildly poisonous. The leaves are eaten by the larvae of many Lepidoptera species
  3. 3. This bush’s symbolic roots can be traced to the Slavic paganism of millennia ago
  4. 4. Viburnum and chestnuts
  5. 5. Viburnum
  6. 6. NationalMuseumofFolkArchitectureandLifeofUkraine inPirogovo
  7. 7. According to a legend Kalyna was associated with the birth of the Universe, the so-called Fire Trinity: the Sun, the Moon, and the Star. Its berries symbolize blood and the undying trace of family roots. Kalyna is often depicted on the Ukrainian embroidery: towels and shirts. In Slavic paganism kalyna also represents the beauty of a young lady. Viburnum opulus (kalina) is also one of the national symbols of Russia. In Russia the Viburnum fruit is called kalina (калина) and is considered a national symbol.
  8. 8. Viburnum and jar of honey
  9. 9. The red fiery color of the berries represents beauty in Russian culture and together with sweet raspberries 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
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  12. 12. Viburnum opulus (Kalyna) is one of the traditional symbols of Ukraine. Mentions of the bush can be found throughout the Ukrainian folklore such as songs, picturesque art, Ukrainian embroidery, and others. Chervona Kalyna was the anthem of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Kalyna Country is an eco museum in Canada.
  13. 13. Viburnum and yellow flowers
  14. 14. National Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine in Pirogovo
  15. 15. Viburnum
  16. 16. Viburnum cool temperate species are deciduous, while most of the warm temperate species are evergreen
  17. 17. Viburnum, apples and Rudbeckia laciniata 'Hortensia' (Cutleaf Coneflower)
  18. 18. Viburnum
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  20. 20. Viburnum tea
  21. 21. Viburnum Juice contains various organic acids, sugars, pectins, vitamins, especially vitamin C, and iron
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  23. 23. Viburnum cognac
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  28. 28. Rowan and Viburnum
  29. 29. Viburnum still life
  30. 30. Viburnum
  31. 31. Rowan, gooseberry and Viburnum
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  33. 33. Rowan and Viburnum
  34. 34. Mushrooms, rowan and Viburnum
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  37. 37. Viburnum and flowers (Callistephus chinensis)
  38. 38. Viburnum
  39. 39. Jam of Guelder rose (Red Viburnum)
  40. 40. Poluyan-Vnukova Nadezhda Still life with viburnum
  41. 41. Viburnum
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  45. 45. The fruit of some species (e.g. V. lentago) are edible and can be eaten either raw or for making jam, while other species are mildly toxic and can cause vomiting if eaten in quantity. The bark of some species is used in herbal medicine, as an antispasmodic and to treat asthma
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  50. 50. 2020 Text & pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda Sound: VELVET BLUES Jincharadze Nikolay & Ada Lapuridi.

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