I have a Shrub bed planted next too where I park that has a Plant that's has Purple Flower which have turned in too White Spheres and is Covered in Bumble Bees every day and was trying to Identify it so was wondering if you could help?
with a photo I'm sure we can, Mark
Identified it as a Snow Berry tree & as Photo I have taken dosen't seam to want to upload :-(
As Snowberry tree only grows too 150cm & is Hardy so Housing Association can Plant & leave
Symphoricarpos albus? Flowers are a pale pink and turn to white balls which the birds also love in the winter. I have it in a mixed hedge & I too leave it to flower for the bees.
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Symphoricarpos albums or Snowberry is the Tree I have worked out it is so Thank you too everyone who assisted in identifying it! (with my Unhelpful Description as a Photo Wouldn't upload from my Phone! ?)
Urgh I loath snowberries, yes the bees love them, the birds round here ignore them, but they sucker and self seed something chronic, keep a very tight reign on it or it will be everywhere.
I'm with you Skandi.
I'm with you too.
My Snowberry however, which I presume started in the boundary hedge, is all over the garden and away with itself!!!!