Anyone know the name of this tree or shrub?

anyone know the name of this tree or shrub, gardening, landscape
anyone know the name of this tree or shrub, gardening, landscape
  14 answers
  • Erica Glasener Erica Glasener on May 09, 2012
    Trish, the shrub on the left is a Viburnum (should be very fragrant) and the small tree or large shrub on the right is Cercis (Redbud) probably the native type, Cercis canadensis.

  • Joanne L Joanne L on May 09, 2012
    The picture on the left is a snowball and right one looks like lilacs.

  • Susie G Susie G on May 09, 2012
    climbing hydrangea on the left, I think.

  • Barbara R Barbara R on May 09, 2012
    Red Bud tree on right

  • Trish W Trish W on May 09, 2012
    Neither Snowball or Hydrangea. Redbub and Viburnum

  • Trish W Trish W on May 09, 2012
    Thanks to all who helped me. @Doug, these were taken at a campground in Central Washington about 30 miles from my home. Wish I would have gotten a start from them!

  • Dianne James Dianne James on Jun 04, 2015
    The white flower is from an "Annabelle" Hygrandea. These are very large circular flowers on a shrub and give quite a show in the spring.

  • on Jul 01, 2015
    Yes a white hydrangea. And the tree looks like a redbud. They bloom before leafing out

  • RoseMary Wells RoseMary Wells on May 10, 2016
    The white one is NOT an Annabelle hydrangea! It's some kind of viburnum - hydrangea blossoms are very different from this blossom. They may look similar from a distance, but not up close. The leaf is a viburnum leaf, too, not a hydrangea leaf.

  • Jan7045011 Jan7045011 on Sep 05, 2016
    White one looks a bit like English May !!

    • Ann Bates Ann Bates on Sep 19, 2016
      No, not the English May Blossom! I know, I am very allergic to it!. I love all your Ideas, I love this Website, trouble is guessing the English names of your products! Thank you for all your ideas.

  • Ann Davis Ann Davis on Sep 12, 2016
    RoseMary you are exactly correct. Viburnum. We call them snowball bushes in South.

  • Annie Doherty Annie Doherty on Sep 18, 2016
    Definitely a Viburnum as Rosemary pointed out the leaf and the stiffer stem, they are very popular in Scotland, this larger flowering shrub and also a smaller flowering version. I don't know what the taller pink one is, sorry.

  • Lin8333877 Lin8333877 on Sep 26, 2016
    This looks like the snowball bush I have in my yard. We had one in the church that I used to work at, but they planted it too close to the church and it was growing into the eaves.

  • Dixie Dixie on Oct 17, 2016
    snow ball bush.