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I suppose that for some people the plants are more important than the moths, instead of regarding them as complementary
This sometimes happens early in the season - don't worry, the insects will find them
That is very beautiful Nut
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One of the varieties of hoverflies - don't know which - some do it that way, some do it the other
Picked another bunch
Laburnum are susceptible to Silverleaf disease http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=245
I've got Hinnomaki Yellow - a gorgeous gooseberry but totally unsuited for a pot - very sprawling - just thought I'd warn you.
Xenia sound as if they'd be good in a pot http://www.readsnursery.co.uk/gooseberry-xenia/
Something in my head keeps saying "trace element deficiency" but whether I'm right and if so, which trace element, I have no idea
The damage to the leaves looks like they've received attention from a leaf-cutter bee - fascinating things and they'll do no lasting damage to the tree.
I wonder where it's building it's nest? Have you got one of these in your garden? http://www.montybees.org.uk/content/how-make-homes-solitary-bees
The yellowing of the leaves is something different - is your tree in a pot or in the open ground? What's the feeding/watering regime?
Some info here http://www.mcevoyranch.com/nursery/pests_and_diseases