While rescuing plants from an old garden in McIntosh Co., GA, now crossed by utility lines, I noticed the crown of an old shrub that had been bushhugged and herbicided repeatedly over the years. Amazed that it had persisted so long, but realizing that it could not endure much longer, we dug it out and brought it back to the nursery. It turned out to be Fuzzy Deutzia, an heirloom shrub, once common to Southern Gardens, but now rarely seen. Freed from its torture it has grown vigorously in the nursery. We look forward to seeing it bloom next Spring. We read that bees love the flowers.