Date Photo Taken: 09/30/2012
Location: Thomaston, Upson County, GA
Posted By: wbrown123
We have thought this was a snowball bush but not so sure. It was a potted plant given to us several years ago after a death in the family. We stuck it in the yard and have enjoyed it as it grew larger. It blooms TWICE a year, in spring and early fall (like now). The blooms are on the ends of very stiff and woody branches. A gardener friend told us she thought it was some type of hydrangea . The branches will get very long if not pruned back.