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Help Please!


This plant exists in the plant jumble at the bottom of the garden. I've spoken about this area before, we still haven't done anything with it. 

Does anyone know what it is?

Here's a picture of the leaves



Any and all suggestions welcomed. 

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  1. I reckon it may be a viburnum.

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    1. Thank you Sooze, I think you might be right!

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  2. It looks like a type of privet. Type in 'privet flowers' into Google and click on images to see if any of them match.
    xx

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    1. Thank you Mum, I did do a bit of searching before I asked here but I saw sooooo many tiny white flowers they stopped making sense!

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  3. Is it elderflower? Not really sure!

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    1. I went out for a sniff to see if they were elderflowery and, yuck, they were not!

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  4. At first I thought it was a Laurel but on closer inspection of the leaves (not thick enough) I don't think so. Sorry don't know but the flowers are beautiful.
    Carolx

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    1. Thanks for replying. They are beautiful and the bees love them!

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  5. From what I understand there are two types of elderflower, one that smells lovely and one that smells like cat's pee xxx

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    1. Oh right, interesting, the mystery deepens...

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