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07102011-BS-1 A shrub for id from Shimla: Kindly id this shrub shot from shimla (2200 mts) on 20-11-2010

it was with white flowers and leaves hairy beneath


Looks like a Viburnum species…


Yes … I also thought of Viburnum, but leaves don’t match with any Himalayan species that I know.


 

 

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Shrub for identification 070612MK01: Please help me to identify this shrub. I taken these at University of Cambridge, UK on 28 March 2011. I am sending this request after seeing Balkerji’s Simla plant post at efi thread.

Are these similar plants? 


Considering the flowers :
are more like those of cockspur hawthorn…
hopefully Crataegeus cris-galli
shiny leaves … seem to match what I remember

wish I could have seen the complete outline / edge of the leaves…


The stem is hairy and the leaves are not serrated and are thick, unlike Crataegeus� cris-galli.
I think it is some sort of Schneeball (Viburnum), could it be Lorbeerbl�ttrige Schneeball (Viburnum tinus)? Wild guess.


 
 
 

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