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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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Autumn beads2

  1. 1. Viburnum is a genus of about 150–175 species of flowering evergreen, semi-evergreen, and deciduous woody plants that adorn the autumn with beads
  2. 2. Viburnum
  3. 3. Cool temperate species are deciduous, while most of the warm temperate species are evergreen
  4. 4. 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 Viburnum
  5. 5. Viburnum trilobum American- cranberrybush
  6. 6. Viburnum opulus berries in Novosibirsk, Siberian Russia
  7. 7. Viburnum trilobum in London
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  11. 11. Viburnum opulus
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  14. 14. Viburnum gordovina seeds - Kalina is unique in that it is the only plant whose bone has a heart shape
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  16. 16. Viburnum opulus (Kalyna) is one of the traditional symbols of Ukraine Viburnum opulus (kalina) is also one of the national symbols of Russia
  17. 17. Viburnum opulus is grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on moist, moderately alkaline soils
  18. 18. There are three species of plant called highbush cranberry which makes things a bit more confusing. •Viburnum opulus – A European native with unpalatable fruit. It’s been introduced to the US in ornamental plantings, and it readily hybridizes with native highbush cranberries. This species is also called Guelder rose. •Viburnum trilobum – A highbush cranberry species native to the northeastern United States. The fruit are tart, but rich in vitamin C. They taste a lot like cranberries and they were a traditional food of native American peoples, and they’re still made into jams, syrups, and pies. •Viburnum edule – A highbush cranberry species that is commonly called squashberry. It’s native to Northern portions of the US and all of Canada. This is the best tasting highbush cranberry species. Viburnum opulus
  19. 19. The flowers are produced in corymbs 5–15 cm across, each flower white to cream or pink, small, 3–5 mm across, with five petals, strongly fragrant in some species. Some species also have a fringe of large, showy sterile flowers around the perimeter of the corymb to act as a pollinator target. Viburnum opulus
  20. 20. Viburnum opulus
  21. 21. Viburnum opulus Xanthocarpum
  22. 22. Viburnum trilobum
  23. 23. Snowball flowers in which all the flowers are only of the larger sterile type, with globular flower heads
  24. 24. Viburnumedule
  25. 25. Viburnum edule – A highbush cranberry species that is commonly called squashberry, is a species of shrub native to Canada and the northern parts of the US. The fully ripe fruits are mildly acid with a pleasant taste
  26. 26. Viburnumedule
  27. 27. Viburnumedule
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  29. 29. Viburnumedule
  30. 30. Highbush Cranberry-Viburnum opulus
  31. 31. Highbush Cranberry-Viburnum opulus
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  52. 52. Text & pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2020 Sound: CELINE DION - Just walk away

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