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Close Up of Shrub

07 February 2011 10:24:45
What AM I?

What AM I?

Have put up a photo in February photos might help with it's name  it's not spotted laurel as leaves are plain.

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fran m fran m 07 February 2011 13:27:21

Sorry can't help.

Periwinkle Periwinkle 07 February 2011 14:36:07

Cant help either, Cloncaw. but it must be a hardy plant as it is looking very healthy and green.

ladygardener ladygardener 07 February 2011 19:04:11

It could it be viburnum odoratissimum   Mine stayed lovely and green and healthy all winter even though it's in an exposed spot. 

BrunoCork BrunoCork 08 February 2011 18:18:05

If you bought it last year or this year there's a good chance it's Aucuba japonica 'Rozannie'. It's a self-fertile variety. They seemed to be stocked by most garden centres in recent years.

ladygardener ladygardener 08 February 2011 20:05:54

I thought the Aucuba's leaves would be more serrated.  I just put a picture on my journal of the Viburnums leaves to check against


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