Looks like a Korean Spice to me. If it blooms next spring you will become enchanted by the loveliest fragrance.
By the time you've watched it for a whole year, to see whether it flowers or fruits in its own season, than you may get a clue! I had a shrub which took three years of growth before I could identify it - and now, at this moment, I can't remember it name!
Yes, Viburnum. I just used some some in an arrangement. Lucky you,xo Jane
My first thought was cotoneaster! Malocolm doesn't recognise it - so, sorry, we're not much help!!
Viburnum? Every time Susan (29 Black Street) asks about a plant, I guess viburnum and she agrees. I didn't think of it with my one twiggy stem. Oh dear, I'm becoming prematurely senile!
I would have guessed spindelarium subrosemarium. :-p
I'm thinking cotoneaster too....
OMGoodness you made me giggle out loud here in the dark at my computer (8:30pm). That silly giggle the one that you can't quite stop, the one that threatens to give you the hiccups.Thanks for that xo S & les GangI have no idea what it might be ... not even a guess even. Where's Marie when we need her.
My vote is on viburnum. I've got one in my garden, leaves look just the same.
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