Snowball Bush

Although it looks somewhat like a hydrangea, the snowball bush is a viburnum. The blooms start out green and then turn white. Our snowball bush was full of blooms this year, and our sweet neighbor girl asked if she could cut some for her mom. Of course I was glad for her to do so.

Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day.

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  1. de Wets Wild says:

    I’m sure the neighbouring Mom’s heart soared at the sight of such a lovely gift!


    1. I hope so. They are wonderful neighbors.

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  2. Cee Neuner says:

    The guy across the street has one of these. Beautiful 😀

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  3. That’s a wonderful compliment to be asked for your flowers!


    1. It won’t be long before she comes over and asks if she may cut some of my roses. One of my rose bushes is covered in blooms. I’m glad for her to do that!


  4. Chandra Lynn says:

    The first time I saw and photographed these (some time ago), I called them snowballs. I didn’t know that was actually the name of the bush. I did think they were hydrangeas though. Thanks. I learned two new things today already and it’s just about 7:30 a.m. 🙂

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    1. A friend planted this bush in our yard for us, and when he told us it was a snowball bush, I thought he was kidding! It actually is a viburnum, but the name really is Snowball Bush Viburnum. 🙂

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