Viburnum opulus 'Nanum' - May 2002.
Great fall-winter fruit display; photo taken Nov 19, 2004.
Guelder Rose in Rutland, England, September 1998
Wonderful autumn colour from leaves and berries. Kent England hedgerow 2003
Druridge bay country park, Northumberland
Cranberry Vibernum in full fruit mid January on a Waihi street, New Zealand
The shaped leaf and a tree laden
Green and red leaves of the Cranberry vibernum in January
Lushious red fruit berries in January
Beautiful spring flowers are a favorite with bees.
Even the underside of flower is intricately gorgeous.
view of leaf and branch structure
flowering the end of May in zone 5
Viburnum opulus has flattened squat concave leaf petiole glands
To distinguish V. opulus from V. trilobum, look at the glands on the leaf petioles. V. opulus (below) has flattened, squat, concave glands. V. trilobum has thinner, small, matchstick-like glands.