Viburnumvalley, ah I appreciate your comment very much. When I go out side today, I'll try to get better close ups. That's the sad part of phone camera quality, they do not show well. The only thing I know is: this past fall, the owner hacked it down to the ground, leaving a stub. She said once upon a time there was a single mini grown, which is barely shown in the google photo infront of the mass bush. It has jagged leaf edges, the bees love it too. I was hoping for a photinia but I honestly don't know. The owner, said her previous tenant had ZERO interest in keeping up on the property. Hence why the bush was hacked, as were our hedges infront of the house. I don't know if it makes a difference, it probably does, but I recently discovered our soil is very much clay mixed with sand. Que digging into the garden around the tree, digging about 5 inches under very dark soil (Assuming garden soil from a big box store) to find straight up clay. Like you could take it to a pottery class. Very damp. I thought our soil was acidic because of all of the types of weeds we have (dandelions, false dandelions, 34 stalks of knotweed, plantains (I assume one is buckhorn plantain, crabgrass, etc. practically 0 basic grass) and the plants that are here. All hostas, 10-15. This bush, and a bug eaten tulip. Out back with the knotweed I found ferns growing and lily of the valleys (whose little white bells are coming up!) along with more hostas. But I'm honestly unsure, I did the DIY soil vinegar/bakingsoda test and it pushed to be alkaline. I still personally think it's acidic. I'm not sure if that would help to know but I'm still learning about this place, and about landscape in general. I'll get some more close ups. The stems of the mass bush when it was cut to the grown cut showed wood texture stalks coming from the ground and I haven't seen them now that they're growing, but I do see the stalks the leafs are on are green/red slim, and from growth from ground these "minis" have green/red fleshed smooth skinny stalks, not wood like the mass, because when the mass was coming up it showed thicker wooded stalks at the base. Literally like it was clean cut off with a saw or a machete.. I'll get more photos but here's a close up of the minis from the day I posted this, and also pictures from a couple weeks ago of it coming up.