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Viburnum  (Viburnum Plicatum Mariesii)

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Oh this is pretty Mp....I'm planning on having a couple of Viburnams in the garden next year...:o)

21 Aug, 2009


There's one growing wild on my walk, so going for seeds later, might try a cutting too! After all, it has my name on it!! Lol!

21 Aug, 2009


I think this is Viburnum opulus, Madperth, the leaves on V. plicatum are not jagged like this.

24 Aug, 2009


See photo by Bscott.

24 Aug, 2009


The label at the Explorers Garden said that was its name!!
But thanks Vincent!
Will do!

25 Aug, 2009


I agree with Vincent, definitely an Opulus, the leaves are the wrong size, shape and colour for a Mariesii and they don't produce red berries

3 Dec, 2009


Aw! I'm disappointed! But thanks for putting me right! I WILL complain next time I'm at the Explorers' Garden, tho! Theyre supposed to know what theyre planting!

5 Dec, 2009


I like and have both types :o)
to see what a Mariesii should look like try this link to the one in my garden :

5 Dec, 2009


Thanks Fleurdemai!

5 Dec, 2009

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