Joined: 06 Dec 2007 Posts: 116 Location: S E England
Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 8:25 pm Post subject:
If it was in a garden in the UK I'd have said Viburnum tinus. Did it have a scent MWP? Viburnums favour well drained soils here, and calceolareous conditions. Too much to ask that this should be V. tinus though I suppose - this plant is often used here for shade planting.
Very Good Glimbo - I owe you one for this. I would never identified the plant. I made half an hour of research and it seems you hit the nail on its head. Morphologically, many things fits, and also the fact that it is a winter flowering time.
The only thing to check is the species as there are plenty of different Viburnum species. _________________ Stephen Mifsud
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