This herb, also known as Guelder Rose, Dog Rowan Tree and European Cranberry, has red, acid berries which remain on the bush throughout the winter. The bush can grow up to 10 feet high. The bark is collected in April and May, cut into pieces and dried.
Part used: Bark.
Don't eat the berries uncooked since they are poisonous.
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