The climber 20170819_151013 is a clematis, an ornamental flower. Big wide flat elegant colorful flowers, mostly in colors like blue, purple, pink or white. Perennial, very hardy, very deep roots. I like clematis.
20170819_150931 is indeed rhododendron.
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The one you tagged as "interesting leaf shape" is a box elder or Chinese elm. It's changed names over time and is often mistaken for poison ivy as the young plants are very similar. It is the red-headed step child of the maple family.
20170819_144841.jpg is weigela too. In "weigela I presume" the one in the middle with weird two-lobed leaves is Liriodendron (aka Tulip poplar it seems!) but the darker leaves round it I think is weigela, by the look of it the variety described on the label as "wine and roses". The which the label says is rhododendron yes is rhododendron.
Yellow flower looks like Rudbeckia hirta. Second set of photos the first plant is a Rhododendron, next is clematis, last is Weigelia. In another set is a Boxelder, then an Ash tree and then a burning bush. Last pic in the last set is a Hibiscus.
yeah the one tagged dogwood, isnt dogwood. not sure but it is very similar to walnut, or other nut.
then again sumac is also a good guess...
last one is hibiscus, and above that maybe wild lettuce?
or maybe its one of the many not dandelions, i like to call them. theres a lot of similar -but not -dandelion flower type plants.
some of the others have already been said...
"This one is in a pot on the side of the house." Sedum
"This one, too, I see growing in clusters all around the area, often in conjunction with the rudbeckia." Coneflower
"Is this honeysuckle?" yes, it is.
"Is this dogwood?" yes, it is.
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