So, I'm going to stick some more pictures here, but admin-people could move them as I don't think I'm allowed (haven't found an 'edit' button on anything except my own posts ;P). Also, feel free to use them elsewhere, just as long as I'm credited (I'm the only keletkezes on the web, I think! Certainly the only English one): I suggest you use the same image link as I have to save on space elsewhere, unless you're producing a document
I've also a couple of questions which I've posted elsewhere to avoid confusion.
Strange growth pattern, falls over easily; tiny white, almost daisy-like flowers; seeds profusely (breeds like rabbits!).
Small tree/large shrub; long, bendy branches; catkins produced Autumn and Spring (well, mine does!); leaves ovate and slightly hairy.
CARE NEEDED: treat as cabbage (related!). Lancelolate (long, thin and pointy, like a lance) leaves; small, fragrant flowers (wild are yellow, cultivated usually yellow, red or brown) which are floppy; seeds and grows profusely. Apologies, didn't realise this one was so wobbly! Might try again later in better light.
Spiky; leaves a bit like hawthorn but slightly hairy; green, 'prickly' berries (covered in sparse, stiff hairs); bushy.
Grows tall, especially when supported; saw-edged leaves grow on small stems generally in fives; hairy leaves, sometimes spiky on leaf-stem; main stems spiky or rough; berries 'bumpy' (multi-podded) and slightly hairy, red or pink; fruits summer or autumn (or both, if you're my summer ones!).
Leaves green and growing off own stems, close to ground; flowers simple, white (or sometimes other colours) with single stamen; berries green or black, size of a large olive.
Leaves well-spaced on stem; flowers white and umbelliforous (like an umbrella); berries dark purple to black (see first post for more images).
Hilarious name (even more hilarious if you're familiar with post-2000 Warhammer 40,000 ;P): as Elder but purple to red-black foliage, flowers pink or purple and berries black. Becomes paler as summer wears on (hence looks paler in pictures).
Not sure about this one but I've seen it on Unsafe lists before! Looks vaguely similar to clover, but leaves are 'inverted' like a heart-shape at the ends. Green, or this weird purple colour.
Big, heart-shaped leaves; white trumpet-esque flowers with big yellow stamen (sorry, no pics ); red berries on long stalk.