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It's fairly large and I have no idea what it is.

Here's photos:
[image:16742 align=left hspace=1]Pic: Flower cluster, white.
[image:16741 align=right hspace=1]Pic: Plants in flower.

It has large palmate leaves on single stems all growing up from the root, and white flowers in clusters. It's about 1 m (3') tall.

I have no idea what it is; it was labelled "Glaucidium palmatum" in the botanical garden of Gothenburg, but it's completely different from that plant.

Any of you have a clue?

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Hi, Dear Henriette,

I think this plant is a Diphylleia
and probably Diphylleia cymosa

see
www.discoverlife.org/../Diphylleia/cymosa/

You found your Magnolias pictures yet?

regards,

Jan

Diphylleia: Ooh. Lovely, thanks!

Magnolias:
Sorry, I'm moving, the Magnolia pics are buried somewhere in a box. It'll be a week or two more - I'll let you know when I've scanned them.



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