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Got good pictures of both somewhere, will try to find them and put them on here.
Just be careful that they are Lily beetles. There is a Red Cardinal beetle which may be mistaken for Lily beetle. They are gardeners friends not enemies.
Our V. juddii is very highly scented.
The most scented one we know of is Charis, that is a much smaller growing shrub. Another lower growing and very scented one is V.Mohawk.
We have about 25 different Viburnums in the garden.
Oxalis acetosella is a possibility. Native to Britain.
Akebia quinata aka The Chocolate vine. Very vigorous grower where suited.
One of the forms of Euphorbia
If the stems are square then it is one of the mint family, they all have square stems. I would go with Dove's suggestion. A thug to get rid off too!
You mean that you don't turn your pots a quarter of a turn every day to keep them in good shape and not growing towards the sun?
Yes, this was often done to make room for summer bedding. Just give them a good watering to settle the soil around the roots and try not to damage too many roots when moving them.