Wednesday, May 20, 2009

WW #56 "Name This Tree"

Hi, all! Can anyone tell me the name of this tree/bush? I have two of these in my front yard and I have no idea what they are called. I have been living here for almost 10 years and still don't know the name of these trees/bushes.

They bloom beautiful white "balls" this time of year. And they also have a great fragrance too. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


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33 comments:

  1. I am not sure what they are either. I would have to look it up. They are pretty though. Happy Wednesday.

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  2. I have no idea what they are called, but I think they are lovely. The second shot is beautiful.

    Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!

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  3. I don't no what that is, but it is beautiful!

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  4. Wish I could help you out but I'm not sure... Beautiful though... I have seen them before but I can't think of what they are...

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  5. I have no idea what kind of bush that is, but it is beautiful!

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  6. Sorry, I don't know what it's called, but our neighbor's have one and it's lovely.

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  7. I have seen those trees before and I love when they bloom, so cool! Sorry I don't know what there called either..

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  8. I don't know but when you find out let me know! I would love to have one of those in my yard! Happy WW to ya!

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  9. We have those too! Ours are pink, however. I had no idea what they were when we first moved here, so found out their name with some help from my mom, The Master Gardener.

    You have a white hydrangea plant. They're gorgeous aren't they? and pretty popular in wedding bouquets, too.

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  10. forgot a link:

    http://www.flowerpictures.net/flower_database/h_flowers/hydrangea.html

    :)

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  11. I didn't know the name until another commenter told it, but I think they are beautiful.

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  12. My florist friend used to call them snowballs. Don't know if that the technical term or not. LOL

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  13. I don't know the name but would love to have one in my backyard. It is truly beautiful. And they give off a nice scent? Who could ask for more?

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  14. I have no idea... but they sure are beautiful!

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  15. I don't know what they are called but they are beautiful.

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  16. they look pretty though - be they smell awesome

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  17. They sure are pretty! I've always called them "snowball bushes" ---- glad Mommy Koz pulled through with the real name!

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  18. so very pretty! I want one! :)

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  19. I think they're snowball hydrangeas, check out pictures of them and see if that's what you think too :)

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  20. It is beautiful, but I can't help with name. It does look like a hydrangea.

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  21. The are beautiful and we call them apple blossoms. Have a great WW.

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  22. Such beautiful flowers - almost look like White Lilacs maybe?!

    Happy WW

    Brandy

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  23. I think they are some variety of hydrangea. They are lovely, enjoy them.

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  24. It looks like a hydrangea flower to me. They are my favorite flower.

    Lydia

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  25. I have no clue, but it is very pretty!

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  26. We always called them snowballs, but not sure what the technical name is.

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  27. Yes, they look like hydrangea flowers! They are so beautiful and wish they'd grow here!:)

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  28. Beautiful shot. I love the close-up one especially.

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  29. Great site and love the flower trivia!

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  30. Sorry I can't help with a name, my green thumb never bloomed.LOL Sure is a beautiful tree though.

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  31. Sorry I can't help you. Don't know either. But that tree is nice. It has plenty of fragrant flowers.

    Have a great day!

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