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I have a lot of these growing in my front fence line. I too would love to know what they are. I will get a picture in a bit. Some of mine are the size of small trees (or large bushes).
 
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Others sources have told me that this is Spiraea. I believe my pic is Spiraea japonica, of some type.
 
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