Plant identification?

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Offline Bill.D.Katt.

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Plant identification?
« on: 18/11/2010 22:36:06 »
My apologies if this is the wrong place to post this. Can someone identify this plant for me. It's from the Northwest United States, Seattle area. It currently has small blue seeds and is blooming, the blooms have a faint sweet smell.[attachment=13434]
« Last Edit: 19/11/2010 07:30:52 by Bill.D.Katt. »

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« Reply #1 on: 19/11/2010 09:22:58 »
Looks like a species of Viburnum. There are well over 150 different species cultivated, so it could be quite a task to identify it further.
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« Reply #2 on: 19/11/2010 18:00:15 »
Yep, that's viburnum I think. Characteristically produces small, pink, highly-scented flowers at this time of year.

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« Reply #3 on: 19/11/2010 20:53:22 »
Thanks! Vibernum tinus seems very similar.