Plant ID – now with photos

Plant ID – now with photos

*sigh* I can't find my camera. The plant looks like this: *holds sprig in front of the monitor* What I know: - It's a shrub that grows wild here in southern Oklahoma - zone 7 - It's in bloom right now. It has long clusters of very small (less than 1/4"), lacy white flowers. - Heavily scented, almost like honeysuckle but it's not honeysuckle because this is a shrub/tree/bush thing, not a vine. - Not evergreen - Grows quite tall. I've seen them as tall as 15' growing at the roadside. - Leaves are a long oval shape with one main "rib" down the center. Smaller "ribs" alternate off the main rib. I'd say the leaves average 1" - 1.5" in length and about half that in width. - It seems to send runners up from the root. Every bush I've seen as several "canes" in the stand. In other words, it doesn't have one main trunk like a true tree would. - I know it's not spirea as 1) they don't grow wild around here and 2) they've already bloomed in this area. I hope this is enough information. If I can manage to find my camera *stomps and curses* I'll post a photo. LOL Really need smell-o-vision for this. The fragrance from this is heavenly. ETA: I FOUND MY CAMERA!! Can't see much detail here, but you can see the growth habit. This one is about 8' - 10' tall. Close-up of the blooms. To give an idea of scale, the leaf at the top is no more than 2" long. ETA #2: FOUND! After much debate and searching, I've come to the conclusion that it's a Ligustrum of some sort. Since I can't nail down the exact cultivar, we'll just call it "privet" and be done with it. :D Thanks everyone!
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