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all growing in a zone 5 either at a woodland edge. Mostly shaded area along and old stone wall. Good luck


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The second plant is definitely Aralia nudicaulis (Wild Sarsaparilla), good for food and medicine.

The first seems to be some kind of Elaeagnus species and the third looks like a cornus (dogwood) species, but I'm not 100% sure of the varieties.
 
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