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Venusta with WHITE flowers??

Hi gang,

Last summer while Harry Abel was up here in Minnesota, we visited a bonsai 
shop called Five Stone at Tom Kedrock's place.  He had a venusta that Harry 
thought looked different than other venustas so we brought it home and I've 
been growing part of it along side a venusta from Cook's Nursery.  The Five 
Stone "venusta" is now blooming with WHITE flowers, while the Cook's one is 
done blooming (and I'm assuming had purple flowers).  To my eye, the leaves 
look pretty much the same; size and form-wise.  Any ideas what it might be?

Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a
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