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What's the honey-smaeeling shrub?

anybody know the name of a shrub that Roger suggested... sounds like "fatha villa" smells sweet, like honey.

Re: Type of shrub

The only thing that comes to MY mind is the shrub "arborvitae", Latin name Thuja Occidentalis.

They are widely used as border evergreen shrubs and have a pleasant pine fragrance.

They can be planted in all parts of the U.S. except Florida & Southern Cal.

Google "arborvitae" to get some photos and see if this is what you're looking for.

If not, Google "shrubs" or "evergreen shrubs" to get additional shrub photos.

Re: Type of shrub

Sounds like fothagilla.
scroll down a bit & see if that is it.

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