Solved Shrubs to identify - UK

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    The variegated leaf evergreen has been identified. Thanks :-)

    Two more added (and I have two more after this which may be identical to each other)

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      Good morning @Tim_777 :sign0016: to the GC and nice to have you with us :)

      I'm not good with ID mate on plants only ones I used to messing with but hopefully other members can help you such as @KFF if you don't mind mate please ;) besides @pete :)
       
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        Variegated Euonymus
         
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          You should be able to add more you've got me mate on this one :scratch:
           
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          Thanks Scrungee :thumbsup:
           
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            @Tim_777 …your plants been ID by @Scrungee mate as it's identical to this one :)

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              That was quick ! Thanks. Will try to add the others shortly.
               
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                I have added two more :-)
                 
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                  #2 Looks like a stragly Bay Tree - crush a leaf and smell it.

                  #3 Could be Periwinkle (that's finished flowering). Did it have blue flowers a ehile ago? If do google Periwinkle or Vinca
                   
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                    The one on the right w pink flowers is weigela.
                     
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                      Just came back to this thread to say the flowering shrub/tree is weigela but beaten too it by a week or so! Stumbled upon it looking for something else on line.

                      The other straggly bush unfortunately is not a bay tree as its leaves have no scent, and are not as thick. Even more boring looking if that helps.
                       
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