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!
Plant Identification

Plant Identification

Earwig Problems

Earwig Problems

Now some veggies.

Now some veggies.

Storage help and suggestions

Storage help and suggestions

What in the world is growing in my garden?

What in the world is growing in my garden?

Poor Vera….

Poor Vera….