Monday, May 16, 2011

Wish I Knew

I simply can't remember planting this charming little shrub in the Moonlight Garden about two or three years ago. It has been quietly residing behind some white heliotrope that is quite large and it wasn't until I was looking carefully at the bed that I noticed it.
I really like the bright little flowers and the foliage is lovely too. I haven't a clue!

7 comments:

Donna said...

It looks like Deutzia "Chardonnay Pearls" to me...the flowers are a dead ringer. They take a long time to grow. I have one that is still only about 2 ft tall after 4 yrs...they can get up to 3 ft tall...stunning new chartreuse foliage and lovely fragrant white flowers

Phillip said...

That has happened to me many times. It is always a pleasant surprise but it drives you nuts not knowing what it is.

Sheila said...

Thanks Donna! That looks like it!

Hoover Boo said...

I don't know what it is besides beautiful. Deutzia eh? Very nice!

FlowerLady said...

I knew that someone would be able to tell you what this lovely bloomer is.

Enjoy ~ FlowerLady

marilyn said...

the "haven't a clue" are always my favorite. the birds always make a perfect choice!

tyziana said...

I know the name of this plant!
It's Choisia ternata Goldfinger, I love it so much! I have one plant which are blooming in this march, lovely flowers! ^_^