I have a berry tree in my back garden and I'm not sure if its edible. I think it might be a type of service berry but I want to make sure.
I'm in England but I've been told it was planted here. Its not a very wooded area.
I'm pretty sure the flowers had 5 petals and where whiteish (the petals are kind of roundish not that long). The berries are red when ripe and about the size of a thumb nail. (The local birds seem to eat quite a few but I'm not quite sure) I think the tree was given to us a few years ago for free as part of a scheme to get people in the area to have more garden trees but this used to be marshland so I'm fairly sure its not native to the area.
The tree is about 2 and a half meters tall with multiple trunks.
To answer the other question the flowers don't really look like that the petals are less firmly attacked to the center than the first one and less clumped together than the last one.
Does anyone know of anything similar but how dangerous it could be?