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No evidence on your pic of the glorious red autumn colour.
We grew one and it didn't take that long to get the amazing bark.
Please can you add...
Parrotia persica ..common name Persian ironwood....is one of my favourite trees.
The bark is stunning.
Tiny red flowers in winter.
Reminds me of Pseuderanthemum sp.
PSEUDERANTHEMUM LAXIFLORUM 16 01 2015 12-45
Fig. 1 Flowers and flower buds of Pseuderanthemum laxiflorum, a...
Apologies for duff answer.
I thought 2 and 3 were evergreen.
We used to grow Elaeagnus umbellata...deciduous...berried sparkled..didn't notice...
Two different shrubs.
1. Ilex verticilliata?
Ilex verticillata,nova scotia - Google Search
2. and 3. Elaeagnus sp.
Not sure which ones you...
Looks like.....Echinacea purpurea Red Rocket.
Echinacea purpurea 'Red Rocket' | Proctors Nursery
This is Echinacea Hot papaya.
Thank you for new clear pics.
Excellent, I am much happier!
I have trimmed your pic to show more detail....see below.
In it you can clearly see...
Escallonia are so tender even here in UK.
Struggling with this.
Could it be Escallonia bifida?
It flowers here in late summer/autumn.
escallonia bifida - Google Search
Looks like Schaueria calycotricha..
Schaueria calycotricha, - Google Search
Schaueria - Wikipedia
Thank you Ron...as always.
That is interesting.
I tried it out on my pics.
Euonymus europaeus, above..check out as OK. White anthers. Orange...
Possibly Digitalis purpurea...common name Foxglove.
It is biennial...leaves this year,. Next year flowers ...then it dies.
See more pics above.
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I love Euonymus..in old garden used to grow many sp and named cultivars.
I have consulted Bean...Euonymus europaeus and Euonymus atropurpureus...
Welcome to the forums @DerekK
wcutler is correct..your post was not there when I agreed with David in LA.
We all seem agreed now on Ribes.
Red de Herbarios del Noroeste de México - Ribes speciosum
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Not Lonicera nitida which has leaves that are opposite.
Mystery plant has alternate leaves
See new correction thread below
Recent pics as posted on Wednesday 22nd September 2021......are now confirmed as Leycesteria crocothyros...
To avoid any confusion I must correct an error.
This shrub was see at Arduaine Garden on West coast of Scotland.National Trust...
This weekend 18th September 2021, I managed to get to the West coast of Scotland U.K...to Arduaine Gardens...National trust...