Laurustinus (berries)

Viburnum tinus

Laurustinus Viburnum flowers from winter to spring and can reach a height of up to three meters. Its ripe berries are dark blue in color and poisonous.

poisonous berries Laurustinus

Popular names: Laurustinus, Laurustinus Viburnum, Laurestine
Family: Adoxaceae
Origin: Viburnum tinus is native to the mediterranean region (North Africa, West Asia, Europe) (distribution map)
Height: Laurustinus is a evergreen shrub that can reach heights of up to 3 meters.
Edible: No, all plant parts are poisonous

Viburnum tinus berries


Viburnum tinus
Viburnum tinus at the Malaga Botanical Gardens (Spain).

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