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Please identify

Posted by green_thumb_wannabe 7 (My Page) on
Wed, May 8, 13 at 21:19

We just bought a house and the builder planted a few shrubs. Please help us figure out what they are. Thanks in advance!

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RE: Please identify

Looks like Dwarf Burford Holly and Dwarf Yaupon Holly.

RE: Please identify

Are the small ones in front thorny? If so, would guess they're a dwarf barberry. One on the far end might be Carolina cherry laurel. Not enough detail to tell from the photos, but see them popularly used this way and the shapes match.

RE: Please identify

Again, we need to see a close up of the foliage to be able to ID these plants. Could be four different kinds of holly.

What's your general location?

RE: Please identify

The middle back looks like boxwood to me.

RE: Please identify

Thank you all for the responses :)
I will take better photos and post them soon. I am in the Charlotte, NC area, zone 7.

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