One plant is in a rocky area by a pool - has smaller leaves - also growing like a round shrub, the other type is in the woods with larger leaves, somewhat different flowers, growing upright mostly. Could be two different species or just variants due to light / soil conditions.
The smaller leaved type has red fruit, unsure about the wooded area type.
The wooded type is mostly growing upright, not really effecting native plants much. Nothing else is really growing in the rocky area, that type isn't a problem either.
I can go outside tomorrow and take an image of the rocky area type's center bark.