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Berries and leaf shape are distinctive.
This plant is supposed to have got its name from an area in Holland where its cultivar, the snowball tree, was first grown - or so the story goes. Strange that a plant should be named after a cultivated form.
It has many uses, the berries are used to produce red inks and dyes, however, be warned the berries ingested in large quantities are a very effective laxative!
The bark is used as a muscle relaxent, especially helpful in childbirth. It is also a sedative.
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