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cboc33
What's the honey-smaeeling shrub?

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

JacktheShack
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.

ed21
Re: Type of shrub

Sounds like fothagilla.
http://members5.boardhost.com/tripleoaks/msg/1178418298.html
scroll down a bit & see if that is it.

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