adambmoose
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Help Identifying plants at new home.

I recently found a similar post here, and the help was tremendous. I also recently moved into a new home with my family and would love some help identifying these plants so that I can learn how to care for them. Thanks in advance for your help.

Adam

Plant photos here: https://plus.google.com/photos/10837416 ... tmtm4ezlQE
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1. Holly
2. Iris
3. Lilly of the valley
4. Hosta

That's a start anyway.

Eric

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your pictures wouldn't enlarge for me, so a number of them are kind of non-descript piles of leaves. But along with what eric said, I think

5 sedum
8 some shrub with bind weed (the heart shaped leaves are a weed vine that is very nasty and you want to get rid of it)
9 crimson pygmy barberry (I think. If I am right, it has very sharp thorns)
14 black mondo grass
18 rose
24 rose

welcome to the forum and congratulations on your new home and beautiful new garden!

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19. Burning bush (Euonymus alata)

21. Maybe boxwood, but I think it's Ceanothious
22. Azalea

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thanks

Thanks Eric and rainbowgardner. You guys are good. You were right about the Ceanotheus - it has blue flower clusters. We're looking forward to testing our gardening aptitude, thanks for your help.
Adam

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13. Boxwood?
15. Nandina (weeping heavenly bambo)


Eric



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