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Hi everyone!
I'm a newish garden enthusiast and my wife and I have recently moved to a house which is on 1/3 of an acre. I'm super excited and already have a drawing for my food forest mapped out. What I've been trying to do is identify all of the current plants on the property. Below I have placed three images of plants that I'm completely stumped by. Any insight is very much appreciated.

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Howdy Sam, welcome to permies !
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