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nes
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Need some IDs

Just moved into our new place, we bought in the winter when there was still snow so all the plants were a REALLY nice surprise!!!

[img]https://designes.ca/images/other/IMG_2015.JPG[/img]
Some sort of berry just coming ripe now.
I *think* it may be a Manitoba berry?

[img]https://designes.ca/images/other/IMG_2009.JPG[/img]
This one is very tall (over 6'), I think it may be a type of rose but it REALLY needs a trim very badly.

[img]https://designes.ca/images/other/IMG_2010.JPG[/img]


[img]https://designes.ca/images/other/IMG_2011.JPG[/img]
I don't know, but it sure is pretty!
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I would hazard a guess as the first being one of the Currents.
The last is a Clematis...but which variety I do not know.
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I think I've decided they are currents as well, they are turning red and remaining small.

I have NO idea what I'm going to do with this many currents!!!! :shock:

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That's them all along the back...
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Do currants taste sort of like tart raspberries?
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The flowers look like roses to me. :)

I was going to suggest gooseberry for the first pic. :lol:
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I agree the last flower may be some type of clematis

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