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Sorry RL pretty sure it isn't damson. Looked closer at your picture, leaves are right shape but not right formation. Nut right with willow I reckon.
And many are so simple to grow. All you need to know is what time of the year, scatter on the ground, cover with a little compost, water and wait!
Some plants, like aguilegias, just have to see the soil to grow lol.
Pmsl Charlie. I'd love to play on one of those but not in the garden. You must be ex army!
Yes variegated plant is Fuchsia...Tom West I believe and is hardy.
This link gives you varieties
Greengage very similiar to plum and can be used in the same way. I think they taste better but maybe thats just me.
Coys get on the seed exchange. A lot of us have annuals to give away for the price of a stamp.
Hi Alan Yes can be fanned. You need a pretty sheltered position but not South facing better east or North, the reason being the blossom comes early and may get hit by frost if South. Free draining soil too.
What about a plum to add to your collection. Pretty unfussy and can be wall trained too. Better still a greengage. Not many people seem to grow them anymore and they are delicious.
Definitely not honeysuckle. Looks like wild tree to me too. Possibly damson
Los as Paula said all sorts of things wil be living in the clump. So pls give them a chance to escape.