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Is this some kind of hydrangea?

comments (1) May 8th, 2013 in gallery
diane40 diane40, member
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These were on our property when we moved here, Montreal, 3 years ago. These plants are all around the veranda. I thought they were a kind of hydrangea but they have never flowered since we have lived here. They grow out of control. And by end of summer have big leaves and get bushy. They grow very fast and can get tall. The previous owner seems to have been planted there on purpose but I am not sure what they are and have not seen a flower since we moved in. The bark is smooth and has spots.



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Carol_Magill writes: Look up leaf pics of witch hazel, I can't tell from your photos, but that may be your answer. The flower of the species can be very small and yellow, very early in the season. Posted: 3:52 pm on May 17th
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