Anyone recognize this?

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Creeksong May 01, 2020, 08:34 AM
We picked this off a little tree, today, near Reno Nevada. It was a bit bigger than a sapling, about twelve feet tall, but still a young tree. Each branch was totally covered with these. The whole top of the tree was solid white. The scent of the flowers is so incredibly fragrant! Super sweet, like a Honeysuckle, but more sophisticated, like Jasmine. I am posting this around hoping that someone can tell us what it is. Sending love to all who read this... Stay well, be happy, embrace your dharma. Tell people you love them.
Sonja May 01, 2020, 02:07 PM
If that was in Europe, I'd say a Prunus padus... but that would be surprising in an US desert state....
Any chance it evacuated itself from someones yard?
Creeksong May 02, 2020, 03:48 AM
We have moved to a place with all new houses and the landscaper has planted them. It does look like it could be related, but the yellow centers aren't in the photos I found. Thank you Sonja!
Creeksong May 02, 2020, 07:29 AM
My guess is that it's the same species, just another variety. I can try the garden book, now. Thanks for the help!
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