biwa
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Help IDing some plants

My friend just bought a house and we're trying to ID some of the plants in the yard. Any help is appreciated!

#1
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#2
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#3
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#4
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Kisal
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The first one is Columbine. :)
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the second's a wineberry, the third looks like bloodroot, and the last one looks like one of those tuberose begonias.

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Pineville
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#4 is Begonia grandis, Hardy Begonia

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