Viburnum bodnantense in bloom

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  1. SimonZ

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    Happy new year - this is not exactly from "my" garden, but from the Bronte Gardens at the local train station - Viburnum bodnantense nicely in bloom for the new yearDSCF0366.JPGDSCF0363.JPGDSCF0366.JPGDSCF0363.JPG
     

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      A lovely display Simon. :) I've recently planted a young Viburnum Tinus 'Gwenllian', evergreen and winter flowering also.
       
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        Ooh i had that but had to have it dug up because of garden project/building works. It was gigantic and absolutely beautiful.
         
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          I've chosen well then Snorky, thanks. :)
           
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            Kandy Will be glad to see the sun again soon.....

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            We have Dawn which is in flower at the moment and the smell is fantastic.:yes: If mine appears to be getting a bit out of hand I give it a light pruning and that usually sorts it out.:biggrin:
             
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