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Viburnum dentatum



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Viburnum dentatum
Arrowwood viburnum

In late May to early June, the Arrowwood viburnum displays its white to slightly creamy-white flowers in flat-topped 2-4" diameter cymes. They have no fragrance and usually last for 10-14 days. The individual flowers have a 5-lobed corolla with stamens extending well beyond the flower. The overall effectiveness is quite nice.

 
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