Can You Identify These?

Can anyone help me identify the following plants?

The first picture is 2 plants growing up the side of a fence, they were here before I moved in. I was thinking that maybe the one on the left was a Cotoneaster as it seems to have similar leaves and produced red berries in winter. However I am probably wrong! lol
I have no idea what the second one is in the photo, it didn't produce any berries and neither of them have thorns.

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 Lastly is this plant, all I know is it is a Perennial. 

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 Any help would be greatly appreciated, it drives me mad not knowing what something is! lol

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  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 24,231

    I think the 2 shrubs are 2 different cotoneasters

  • Forester2Forester2 Posts: 1,478

    Ditto Nutculet.

    No idea what the other one is though.

  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 24,231

    Is that perennial hardy NGCARDS?

  • Yes nutcutlet, I just have no idea what it is called lol
  • DaintinessDaintiness Posts: 949

    I agree. The smaller leaved one is probably cotoneaster horizontalis and good for the position it is in. The larger leaved one is probably thank you to the birds and I would say it will get too big for the situation it is in.

    Second picture,  a primula of some sort. I would post again when the flower opens.

  • Yes I was rather surprised to see how close the two were planted and will most likely have to try and tame the second one soon.

    Great idea, hopefully it will open soon!
  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 24,231

    They're not plants I know well but google lewisia and see what you think

  • I've already got a few lewisias, the leaves have a different texture and look. Thanks for the suggestion though.
  • Victoria SpongeVictoria Sponge WearsidePosts: 2,407

    Could it be arabis? 

  • Hmmm not sure. Guess we will have to wait until it flowers.

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