Clethra Arborea

Same sort of weather again today... early morning sun then the clouds roll in. It did clear much later in the afternoon. Was to have been 14c but for most of the day it 8c. Sure are missing the sunshine!.

Clethra arborea, commonly known as the Lily-of-the-valley-tree, is a flowering plant in the genus Clethra. It is found in Macaronesia where it is native to Madeira, extinct in the Canary Islands, and considered an introduced species in the Azores. In Madeira its natural habitat is laurisilva forest.
Source: Wikipedia

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