Red tip photenia
Ding ding ding - we have a winnah! I think that must
be it. The thing is taller than my 3 story house so I was thinking "tree" but... I guess it is just a massive bush!
Red-tip is a wonderful, large, evergreen shrub with attractive foliage and showy white flowers. Its claim to fame is brilliant red new foliage that appears in the spring.
Seems like it is susceptible to some diseases and, while otherwise an excellent evergreen choice for landscaping, therefore problematic. I'm not having any problems with it here.. other than it is HUGE! I prune it back from the roof every year.
BTW - beelicious should become official beekeeping lingo - it is so much nicer to say "Viburnum is really beelicious" than it is to say "Viburnum has a good nectar flow" Thanks for the new term!
YW Jessaboo! Thank you for trying to help me ID that bush. I'm at a complete loss on how to ID a lot of these plants. I'll have to copyright that term eh?