Flowering white in the woods of Kentucky and Tennessee in April Native said it was a Scarvis…
If that the name?
It’s difficult to tell without a picture, but there’s a chance it could be a dogwood (http://www.terragalleria.com/parks/np-image.grsm6779.html), a sourwood (http://www.uri.edu/ce/healthylandscapes/demophotos/ce%20center/Sourwood%20tree.png), a silverbell (http://www.flowersgallery.net/gallery/silverbell/silverbell-1.jpg), a stewartia (http://www.brokenarrownursery.com/img/Stewartia-rostrata-flowers.jpg), or a snowbell (http://www.naturallandscapesnursery.com/styraxtree.JPG).
I hope this helped!
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