rosoule
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Please identify this bush

These berries are on a large, over 7 ft, tall bush. It is very thick. The flowers were white with overlapping petals making individual florets.
Thanks again.

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Kisal
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One of the Viburnums, perhaps? Some species have black berries and others have red berries.
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microcollie
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Looks like viburnum plicatum var. tomentosa?

rosoule
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That should narrow it down, I like to ID my images before I sell them.

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