Its a viburnum. Not sure exactly which one. Its beautiful!!!!!
Here is a link to google images of lots of different viburnums, if you want to know the exact species.https://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&site=imghp&tbm=isch&oq=viburnum++shrubs&gs_l=img.3..0j0i24l3j0i5i24l6.7202.9380.0.96188.8.131.52.0.0.0.245.1405.3j0j6.9.0.eghsbq..0.0...1.FkrNke4cOiU&biw=1603&bih=797&q=viburnum%20shrubs&cad=cbv&sei=YoskUL64JoWjiQfdl4GADw
It is a viburnum.
Could it be a lacecap hydrangea??Pippa
I go with Pippa - I think it's a white lacecap hydrangea maybe.Have you taken a photo to the nursery?good luck, it's a beautiful plant!!
Yes - it's definately a Viburnum.I've planted several of these over the years. They are wonderful to have in your yard. They feed and shelter Song Birds. The birds love the late summer/early fall berries and the leaves turn pretty shades of red in autumn.My only caution on planting too close to your home's foundation is that they can grow up to 8 ft with an equal spread.
I don't know the name of it Sharon but always admire it when I drive down Markworth to go into town. The growing ground on Markworth (i believe it is Van Wingerden's brother) has it growing as part of his landscaping. I bet if you bring in a branch to the one near your office they will identify it for you.
I agree, I think it is a viburnum.
It looks like a doublefile viburnum...it's gorgeous!
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