ID sweet smelling viburnum like plant
This flowers early, lovely white globes of almost waxy like flowers and smells divine. Looks a little like a Wayfaring tree so assume it's a Viburnum, but that's purely a guess on my part. Seems to shoot up/clones around the base every once in a while. I would love to propagate this, and even move the shrub in time. It's probably about 8ft and deciduous. (in the UK South East). I think I've spotted one in a formal garden. So these are or were probably en vogue at one point. Either way, every garden should have one, it's pretty boring beyond the flowers, but worth it for them.