Identify this flowering tree/shrub in Oct.?

Most flowers are long gone. Most leaves are on the ground in zone 5. But there is a small tree about 4'-5' tall still with beatiful white/pink flowers. Hundrend of small buds forms a huge cone at tip of its every branch. The leaves look like Hydrangeas'. It seems like a shrub trained to be a tree becasue there are some suckers around its small trunk.
Could any one name the tree/shrub?
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Hydrangea paniculata?
Dave

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That would be my guess as well. Does it look something like this ? http://www.tawi.fi/~wiplant/fine/finehydr.html
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Yes, it's probably a Hydrangea paniculata.
But it doesn't resemble anything like the one in my garden :-(

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