|Swedish Whitebeam||Rose family|
Swedish Whitebeam is a tree which can grow up to 15 metres tall.
The leaves are green on top, and woolly-white or yellowish-green underneath.
It has white flowers in late spring and red berries in the autumn.
It may be distinguished from Common Whitebeam by the fact that its leaves have (usually at least three) deeply-cut lobes at their base.
|Leaf, showing deeply-cut lobes near base of leaf|