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  The common whitebeam (Sorbus aria) is a tree that can become 5 to 15 meters tall. In May and June is the time of the year they are flowering and ripe berries can be picked from August until October. Those berries can be frozen for winter. Most budgies love to nibble the small fruits. In Central Europe, there are many common whitebeam trees in parks and gardens.

Common whitebeam

 
 
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