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If you can take a pic and put it onto a thread here that will help ID it Duncan.
I've never heard of a copper Birch either so I'd guess it's the Prunus, but a photo will help confirm it for you
Can you post a pic Ginny?
New thread is probably best Jack unless you do a load all at the same time
But since you're here now...storm on!
Duncan - are you sure they aren't Prunus serrula? They have copper bark and are sometimes called the Birch Bark Cherry.
I was about to say Senecio - the new name's not very attractive is it
I do mine direct from photobucket Jack - but I don't think I'd be very good at explaining how!
David - I agree with fidget. That's a lovely set of pix
Do you remember his concrete rocks?
How many people nowadays would make something like that? Yet it was such a simple idea.
I'd probably do it right enough!
It looks like Cerastium, Deb - or snow in summer. As the name suggests it has lots of white starry flowers through summer. It can be quite invasive in some gardens but it's useful ground cover.