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Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum
Doublefile Viburnum

The showy inflorescences of Doublefile Viburnum that appear in early May have three key features: their ring of showy white sterile florets sorrounding the fertile disk flowers, their being held about two inches above the angled stem planes, and their being arranged in a "double-file" when viewed down the stem axis, as they originate from the opposite leaf axils on each side of the stem (not shown).


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