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Evergreen Shrub with Pink Flowers

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  1. Irmemac

    Irmemac Total Gardener

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    IMG_3308.JPG Does anyone recognise this shrub? I spotted it whilst out walking this evening, growing at the edge of a garden and sticking though into a park area (only reason I felt ok taking a bit from the park side). It was about four feet tall, and fairly bushy. I'm looking to buy some evergreen flowering shrubs this year, and this looked very attractive.
     
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      I think it`s a Viburnum....probably 'tinus'
       
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        Thank you @Tetters, have googled pictures and I think you are spot on.
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        I propagated shrubs at the nursery where I used to work.....can`t always remember them all though because of 'senile dentures' :snorky:
         
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          Oh, I have "senile dentures" all the time :roflol:
           

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