Can you identify this, please?

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  1. ennnceee

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    Hello, I somehow manage to acquire plants of various shapes and sizes, and then forget what they're called; if I knew in the first place.

    The blossom on this was a brilliant white at its best. I wonder what it's called.

    Thanks

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    My eyesight is not what is was, A closer image would help, please.
     
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    I’m thinking it could be one of the double-form deutzias?
     
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      Mine's a bit out of focus, does it help?

      Leaves do look similar to Deutzia.

      Thank you.P1010167.JPGdeutzia-crenata-500.jpg
       
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      Yes, Deutzia scabra is the most likely.
       
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        Thank you Sian in Belgium and Palustris.
         
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