Solved Identify this fragment tree, please

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  1. P4ul_17

    P4ul_17 Apprentice Gardener

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    Evening all,

    We were out at Wimpole today and walked past this incredible fragranced tree, but no idea what it is.
    A google search suggests it's a type of shrub: Abelia, but this tree stood 2m tall at least. Covered in white flowers.

    Any ideas?
    thanks

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  2. CarolineL

    CarolineL Super Gardener

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    Hi Paul I think it's clerodendrum trichotomum fargesii
     
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      Yes, it's one of them thingies. :heehee:
       
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