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Wandering if someone might be able to tell what this is. It is growing in the yard and if suitable I would like to move it to a better location next year to grow out a little more. Right now it has four or five long thin trunks that could be split into at least two plants. From what I can tell there are two trunks about a foot away from the other two or three. I don't know if they are all separate or a clump. Let me know if you need other shots or other info.
 

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Viburnum leaves are opposite. I can't see from the pictures whether these are. But the larger leaf looks right.
 

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Bougie, I think you might be spot on with the V. dentatum.

Jim, yes they are opposite, some pairs on very short (1/4in) branchlets.

Have either of you worked with these at all?
 
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Never worked with this one, though they have some very positive attributes. It seems that you would have to wrestle them too much due to their straight branches. Worth a try, though.
 

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