Not sure if I have asked this before.
Can anyone identify this tree from my garden. Usually flowers in early and noticed it was flowering again.
Looks like a Viburnum bodnantense. Presumably it usually flowers in winter on bare stems?
I'd go with Viburnum Bodnantense too. Although they flower mainly in the winter they do sometimes have a flower or two at other times of the year. Mine has a couple at the moment too
Yes, in fact, my Virburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn' flowers better this time of the year than it does in winter/spring.
My hellebores have just produced new flowers as well - much smaller than normal, but flowers nonetheless. I've never experienced that before.
Thanks for the replies.
Yes it does flower at the beginning of the year on bare stems.