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Plant Identification: SOLVED: deciduous shrub, part shade, purple/pink blooms?

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LakeLivingRos
SeaTac, WA
(Zone 8a)

April 28, 2014
2:29 PM

Post #9824384

Would greatly appreciate the ID and cultivar of this plant! I lost my spreadsheet and can't remember for the life of me!

Growing in clay soil, part shade, deciduous bush, zone 8 (PNW Seattle, Wa. area). Blooming now (first bloom started last week in April, more now), leaves started coming the first week in March.

Thank you!

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plantnutz
Austell, GA
(Zone 7a)

April 28, 2014
2:37 PM

Post #9824392

Weigela?

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ViburnumValley
Scott County, KY
(Zone 5b)

April 28, 2014
5:11 PM

Post #9824577

Agree with Weigela florida, especially if those leaves are oppositely arranged.

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