European Cranberry Viburnum, European Snowball Bush, Guelder Rose 'Roseum' (Vibu
While scrolling through the voluminous viburnum images, I found this one of yours. I think it may be posted under the wrong entry.
Viburnum plicatum has serrated but unlobed leaves. Your image of new emergent foliage seems to clearly show a serrated and trilobed leaved plant. If it is a viburnum, it is more likely one of the group that includes Viburnum opulus, Viburnum sargentii, and Viburnum trilobum. Some authorities lump these together.
I don't think your image can be Viburnum plicatum. As I understand it, you (as author) can ask the Admins to move this image to the more appropriate PlantFiles entry.
Kim any thoughts on this we would like to get this report closed?
Yessss wherever it should be. This is the type virburnum someone longggg ago stated it was.
It looks like this while in bloom must be opulus