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I would agree on some kind of bayberry.
Message from Dave in NoVA z7a
I would agree on some kind of bayberry, possibly cerifera...but could be the northern bayberry, pennsylvanica. Hard to tell without a good closeup. Northern Bayberry is tardily deciduous.
And if it's Southern wax myrtle, they will likely defoliate most winters in zone 6 much below 0 degrees.
For the previous one, I would say Prunus laurocerasus 'Schipkaensis'.
Nice collection of annual palms!
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