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Please help me identify these 2 plants.

 
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These 2 plants are growing at my in-laws house in southern Maine. Can anybody help identify these?

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I'm not sure about the first one but the second is barberry.

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The first is wild rose hips... I'm pretty sure. If you leave them alone then they'll be a nice treat for birds as they come back from the south. Waxwings seem to eat all of mine.


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