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Hello. More plants to identify. The plant with the berries will have to be severely pruned at some time as its grown 8 feet out of its border. At the moment birds are eating the berries.

Many thanks.

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Daylight pictures would make ID much easier - the top one appears to be Jasminum officinale, the middle one is either Cotoneaster horizontalis or C. franchetii, and the last one, possibly Nandina, possibly Spiraea, can't tell. As I said, daylight photos would be easier.

29 Oct, 2012


Many thanks. I'll put some daylight ones on tomorrow. Let the dog see the rabbit as it were.

For some reason I thought the berried one was some kind of pryacanthus but I know nothing. It doesn't have thorns.

29 Oct, 2012


Beried one I would agree with Bamboo at Cotoneaster.

29 Oct, 2012


The third one is a spiraea japonica variety

30 Oct, 2012

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