Guelder-rose is a small tree of woodland edge, hedgerows, grassland scrub, fens and riversides, and is frequently planted along roadsides or in gardens and parks. The flowers appear in June and July and are followed by clusters of red berries.
How to identify?
Guelder-rose is recognisable by its broad, lobed leaves which turn red in the autumn. It has umbels (umbrella-like clusters) of large, china-white flowers, and red berries in the autumn.