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In search of an old fashion bush!!

Posted by sld_sandy z7 TN (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 27, 07 at 16:27

I am in search of a bush that has very tiny white flowers.
The white flowers looked as if they were attached to the limb with a thread.
My Grandmother had one of these bushes in her yard many years ago. The year range may be in the 1950's and she lived in northern Mississippi.

I would very much appreciate any help..........

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RE: In search of an old fashion bush!!

How about spirea?

RE: In search of an old fashion bush!!

That is it!!!! Thank you very much..
Now to find one....suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

RE: In search of an old fashion bush!!

Just call around to nurseries and ask if they have Bridal Wreath Spirea. It's pretty common. Ask if they could order it if they don't currently have it.

RE: In search of an old fashion bush!!

If you are near Knoxville, I have one that needs to be reduced in size, and you're welcome to come and dig.
Email me if you are interested.

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