The Guelder Rose has a lacy, romantic looking creamy white flower with multiple little clusters of tiny flowers in the centre and a surrounding edge of larger five petalled flowers.
Its delicate white appearance makes it easy to see why it inspired a traditional wedding song in Russia.
Also known as dogberry, it has bunches of bright red berries in the autumn which are a favourite with mistle thrushes and bull finches.
Often a sign of ancient woodland, it loves damp ground (New Mills is good for that!) and can be found dotted along the Sett Valley trail.