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I don't think either of these are it - the leaves were the same duo-colours (some red some green some both) as in the photos throughout the summer and it never flowered. But thank you for the guesses!
 
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I don't think either of these are it - the leaves were the same duo-colours (some red some green some both) as in the photos throughout the summer and it never flowered. But thank you for the guesses!
That color history is big. I found the leaves of one viburnum that really matched but the description then said it never turned from green. Have you seen the flower or seed fruit?
 
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It was suggested. I see a real close viburnum match on one website, but the image was posted by a user not an authority, though they have it shown as a response to a query. I cannot find a second unrelated website image for integrity yet. Its hard because a lot of viburnum look nothing like this example, and a few are close.
 
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I'll keep an eye out next year for flowers of any kind and will take pictures earlier in the season :) thanks for your help as always
 
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Google (e-mail address removed) and check out the app. I have learned a great deal from trying to identify plants with it. You kind of take a proper picture and choose it or maybe take the picture from inside the app. It is not the only one of its kind either.
 
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Update: I sent the pics to the makers of the snap plant app. Their reply;

"Thanks for the images. One of our botanists has identified your images as Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Mariesii'. While we have Viburnum plicatum in our database, the Mariesii variation seems to be untrained. We would like to thank you for finding this variety for us. We will ensure to train it in the next algorithm."

I am now officially in over my head!
 

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