These plants are in separate small pots standing next to each other. The little pink flowers on the bottom plant are Nemesia 'Amelie' which have bloomed (though now poorly) for the past 3 years - don't feel I can throw away if it still blooms no matter how weakly. I've left it in the picture to give you a perspective of size to the plant above it. The top plant with the black patches on the leaves is a mystery to me. I don't remember it last year and I don't remember any plant with black patches. No idea if it's meant to have the black patches or if something has gone wrong somewhere! Does anyone know what it is? It has three strong looking woody-type stems about 8" high which have the same amount of foliage high up the stem - but it looks as if it was more bushy in it's original state. Maybe it was meant to be an annual but just don't remember it. Not sure whether to keep it or get rid. Does it look like a tiny fuchsia?
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