wayfaring-tree

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Etymology[edit]

Coined c. 1597 by John Gerard, English herbalist

Noun[edit]

wayfaring-tree (plural wayfaring-trees)

  1. A much-branched European shrub of large size, Viburnum lantana, with dense cymes of small white flowers, the foliage and young shoots thickly covered with soft mealy down.

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