Plant Identifications

TheDruid-3X3
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Awens to All:

The other day, my Supervisor asked me if I knew of a certain Bush with White Berries. I looked it over and could not work out what kind of Bush it is. So I took a few Pictures of the Bush and am hoping that one of you can work out what sort of Bush it might be.

Its Leaves are the same sort Shape as that of Black or Red Currants, so I am calling it the "Mystery Currant".

Does anyone know what sort of Bush this is?

Here is a couple of Pictures of it:

What is this Mystery Plant?

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CalonDdraig
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Re: Plant Identifications

Only just noticed this or I'd have posted a reply! It's relatively common as a garden escapee in the UK, and is often to be found growing on waste ground or on the fringes of 'pioneer' woods - scrub-land effectively.

Thanks for sharing :)

~CalonDdraig



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Re: Plant Identifications
My Druidistic Friends Johnbarleycorn and Mysticl Jurney both replied.
 
 
It is called the Snowberry:
 
 
 
 
 
 
It is somewhat Edible but I could not find any Medicinal Benefits to it.
 
 
 
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