I don’t know what this plant is called. I took the photo a couple of weeks ago. . . so it’s blooms have now faded and blown away with recent winds. When I was young there as a plant in our backyard that my Mom called a “snowball,” but I don’t think this is like it. . . . And for what it is worth, Martha Stewart says every yard should have a Snowball bush. (I’m sure that little bit of information will “make your day.”) I do know this is an older type of plant or bush because it is growing in a vacant lot where an wonderful old house once stood. The flowers, trees, and shrubbery located there remind me of the type of things that would have been my great grandmother’s front yard. Be sure to check out other photos of this part of the state at Living in Stephens County.com.
I could not find this plant anywhere online, but “snowball bush” is the nickname for viburnums. Perhaps the TFC landscaper will know what it is.