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WUVIE Hulbert, OK (Zone 7a) This woody shrub has been growing by our well for a few years.
Only this year did I notice it has blooms, but few, and VERY fragrant.
Absolutely delicious scent!
I'm sure it will be identified quickly, but I have completely forgotten
what this is.
Northeastern Oklahoma, zone 7-ish.
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tlm1 Jacksonville, FL (Zone 9a) Maybe a type of Viburnum?
esanita TYASKIN, MD (Zone 7a) It looks like a mock orange -- one of the double-flowered types.
themoonhowl Prairieville, LA (Zone 9a) Esanita has the same idea as I do...Philadephus , mock orange...not sure which one as there are many cultivars and species.
http://www.google.com/search?q=double flowered philadelphus&...
tlm1 Jacksonville, FL (Zone 9a) Love that…Learning something new everyday! Did not know that there was a double bloom Philadelphus. The leaves of this look strangely similar to a plant I was trying to ID that is coming up in the same area as a Philadelphus, single bloom….hmmm….
WUVIE Hulbert, OK (Zone 7a) Well, this is odd. I responded with hearty thanks, and then closed the thread.
Now my post is missing. Hmm.
Anyhow, I was saying thank you so much to all of you. While I would like to know
the cultivar, it won't be too difficult with a fragrant double white that grows about
ten feet tall.
Knowing that it is a Mock Orange is a great start. Thanks a million!
themoonhowl Prairieville, LA (Zone 9a) Glad to help Wuvie...there seems to be a lot of disappearing posts going on around here.
If you look through the picture link, you may be able to match the bloom and at least narrow it down some.
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