The plant, native of both Tibet and China was introduced into the Rock God knows when,but probably in the nineteen hundreds by the Bagwells.
Birds of all feathers love the plant for its luscious berries not least game birds,hence the name.
First appeared on the Blue track mid-way down/up the eastern zig-zag some time after we removed the dense cover of laurel.Now appears elsewhere in the woods.Keep an eye out and tell us where you find it.
On Blue the plant is now in flower and I think,looks amazing.
I encourage you to pause a while and take in the plant at your ease.
Retains it's flowers even to when the berries are ripe and retains the lovely green leaves right through the year.
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