Plant ID help please

Hi a short while ago I asked for help to identify a plant from my daughters new garden, everyone was very helpful so I'd like to ask can anyone help with these plants too?  
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  • Meant to say that I think the 3rd one is Pyracantha but just wanted to confirm.

  • First two are euonymous, third is pyracantha, fourth looks like artemesia, for some reason it won't allow me to enlarge, so there may be other suggestions for number 4.

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,024

    I think the last is rue, Ruta graveolens

  • artjakartjak Posts: 4,167

    I would say rue tooimage

  • LiriodendronLiriodendron Todmorden, West YorksPosts: 5,319

    Be careful with the rue - its sap can cause photosensitivity (skin burns in sunlight).  Keep it away from children.  Very pretty though!

    "The one who plants trees, knowing that he will never sit in their shade, has at least started to understand the meaning of life."  Rabindranath Tagore
  • Thank you everyone, That is all her plants ID'd for now, I thought at least one of them might be Euonymous but wasn't sure.

    Should we prune out the green on the Euonymous to keep the variegated?

    I'll warn my daughter about the Rue and I agree Liriodendron that it is very pretty.

    Thank you again, love this forum.

  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 55,118
    Teresa Hooper wrote (see)

    Thank you everyone, That is all her plants ID'd for now, I thought at least one of them might be Euonymous but wasn't sure.

    Should we prune out the green on the Euonymous to keep the variegated?  ......

    Yes, prune it back to the beginning of the branch.   It sounds as your daughter has acquired a lovely garden image

    “I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.” Winnie the Pooh







  • Thank you Dovefromabove I will show her how to prune as you've advised.

    It is a lovely little garden, ideally pretty low maintenance and a lovely suntrap! She is thrilled and is already getting the gardening bugimage

  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 25,330

    Euonymous often revert but it's easy to snip out those stems that do as Dove has said. They're great shrubs for shady areas - very versatile - and low maintenance, which means there's more time for things that aren't ! The pyracantha has late spring/early summer flowers which bees and hoverflies love, and then berries at this time of year which the birds will eat. Great that your daughter is enjoying it all  image

    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


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