Anyone know the name of this tree or shrub?

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anyone know the name of this tree or shrub, gardening, landscape
anyone know the name of this tree or shrub, gardening, landscape
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  • 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.

  • Melindateal.mt Melindateal.mt 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.