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Re: anyone know the names of these shrubs

> of course, I don't or I wouldn't be asking LOL!
> Anyways, last two pictures in this album.
> http://snipurl.com/rnk4

It's hard to tell, but could it be a fleeceflower of some sort, like
Polyganatum japonicum (aka Fallopia japonica) or Polygonatum cuspidatum?

I'm pretty sure the second one is a Deutzia based on the serrations, but
I'm not sure which one.  There are a lot of pink cultivars on the market.


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