Snowball Bush

The Snowball Viburnum shrub is often confused with the Annabelle Hydrangea, but it grows taller and wider than the hydrangea. When the blooms first appear they are green and later turn to white. My two shrubs are just beginning to bloom. I’ll post more photos when the blooms change to white. Linked to Cee’s Flower…

Snowball Bush Viburnum

One of my favorite shrubs in the woodland garden is the Snowball Bush Viburnum. The blooms start out an apple-green color before changing to white. Linked to Cee’s Flower of the Day

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….

Springtime Snowballs That Don’t Melt

The snowball bush (also known as snowball viburnum) by our fence is beginning to bloom.   It is a lovely flowering bush with blooms that look similar to those of a hydrangea, but the leaves are smaller and are a lighter shade of green than those of hydrangea plants.  A friend gave us a start of…

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: The Season of Spring

The azaleas continue to bloom…   This year the wild white azalea has opened as well…     Irises are blooming…       The snowball bush has opened up…   The Southern magnolia is getting ready…   And it all needs to be watered… For more on this photo challenge, see Related articles Cee’s…