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These are growing outside my house. Here aronia is often used as a hedge, so I'm wondering if these might be it.
Thanks,
William
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The photos have names different than the order you put them in.

Aronia1.JPG (#2) - Looks like cotoneaster.
Aronia2.JPG (#3) - Looks like hawthorn.
Aronia3.JPG (#1) ... Hmm... The berries look maybe right but the leaves don't... I think. Maybe somebody else has a more precise idea.

 
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Aronia3.JPG is a Dogwood, maybe Silky Dogwood
 
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