They grow a couple of inches the first year,and then increase year by year.
Has anyone heard from Panda or Kef recently?
Was warm and humid , now cloudy and breezy,as though a storm is on the way.
1 is oregano or marjoram
3 is penstemon
4 is hellebore
4 is Linaria purpurea
Assuming you are in UK, prune in Spring. Keep on the dry side and frost free over winter. Tropical areas with no frost, they can be pruned at any time.
Has anyone got this heatwave? Its warm and muggy and cloudy here.
Nice to sit outside and drink coffee, but hardly bikini weather.
Garden centres have kale plants in to plant now, and spring cabbage.
You can sow overwintering broad beans such as aquadulce claudia.
If you have a greenhouse or cold frame you can sow sweet peas. They do not need heat over winter. If you have a heated greenhouse, sow in Feb, then grow on cold. They soon catch up on autumn sown ones, flowering maybe a fortnight later.
If you can get a copy of John Seymours, the self sufficient gardener, it is pretty comprehensive for a large garden.
The RHS encyclopedias are good as well.
RHS has apple days around the country at placed like Harlow Carr and Wisley and Rosemoor. If you take two or three example apples, they can usually identify them.
or try this book
Depends on whether you are burning broken up treated wood pallets, or old window frames, or wooden logs. If it has been treated, I would bin it. If it is untreated logs, then sprinkle around your fruit trees or mix in the compost heap.
I bet the camera crew do allright for veg.