You know when you have a picture hanging on the wall for years, you hardly even notice it, because it has always been there - well, that's how it is with some garden plants for me. The Viburnam Tinus which I use as hedging and a windbreak in a couple of places in the garden, hardly gets a second look. But yesterday, whilst I was pottering about, I suddenly caught sight of the Viburnam in flower, and thought 'when did that happen'.
Last year I cut one of them down to nothing, as it had well outgrown its space - and now it is showing lots of new leaves which are a lovely fresh green before they turn to their rather dull colour again. After flowering it produces little berries - so all in all I think it warrants a place in the garden. Oh and they grow easily from cuttings as well.