Plant ID - Presumably arbutus?
I tore out a whole heck of a lot of junipers, and while most things weren't able to survive in them, I found a few sad spindly holly shoots and on the edge of the junipers, this guy. Of course I forgot to take a good photo of it, but it has slightly reddish bark and presumably evergreen leaves. In my very limited experience, that cuts out most things except rhodies and arbutus of some sort. One thing that isn't visible in the photos is the serrations on the ends of the leaves. Starting about halfway down the leaf all the way to the tip similar to the arbutus unedo that I recently picked up. The serrations are not as deep as something like a Pac. Wax Myrtle, they're very shallow. The site is rocky and sandy and obviously a slope, no irrigation, at least for the last 4+ years, and it's only now getting full sun, before I took out the junipers it was getting some shade.
When I get home tonight I can get better photos, though I basically am just trying to determine whether I want to keep it around. If it's a rhododendron it's getting taken out, but I'm a sucker for arbutus... Thanks in advance!