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i'd go for one these, plant in john Innes compost 3. New canes produced each year with be slightly taller than before, but just trim to shape.
Also consider a phormium tenax
Fargesia are the best genus of bamboo for pots and hedging in my experience. Can even trim them to form a flat top/block shape.
Dove - you're right with both
Smell the leaves, probably thyme or oregano.
From Kernow but now settled in south devon. There's a swarm of emmits 'round 'ere too at the moment!
I agree fairygirl, loads of wasps or jaspers as there known 'round 'ere! They have taken over the fennel from the hoverflies, I must help somehow.....
looks like white morning glory
Aga's and black arum lily loving the sun
Verdun, Lovely veronicastrum, I've never grown it but love the structure of the stems
Does it need staking?
I'm trying grafted tomatoes outdoors. Going very well, 8ft plants, loads of toms, just started picking