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Feed with tomato fertilizer every week, keep it well watered and shaded. Have you only got one small fruit at the moment though, as more will come the longer the main stem gets.
Could be a heuchera, maybe crispy curly.
Phormium Big mike, although which one I don't know.
Santolina like well drained conditions liz, and full sun. If you had lavender there before as long as you didn't water too much it should have been fine, so did you over water?
Give it time to settle patannie, moving them is always a risk, so keep it well fed and watered another year and you should start to see results.
Like all perennials moving them after flowering is fine.
It should be fine Tomsk what nature started will finish when you plant it up, and provide feed for the plants you put in it. As long as it's not sour you should be fine. I'd mix it through it will all rot down.
It looks a bit like 'silverleaf' disease. Nothing you can treat it with though, but water and leave it, trees normally recover on their own.
It's probably the beginnings of powdery mildew, which is the only thing honeysuckle suffer from. I'd drench it and give it a feed. It will recover quite quickly. As they are woodland plants give the roots some shade as well.