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As it's an old cottage it is possible that the concrete is to cap a well if it's close to the kitchen.
You can get round yellow courgettes. Why not pick one and cut it open?
The sucker definitely looks like a Viburnum, I've been out in my gardxen with the laptop to compare to my snowball tree. What a mystery. Do you belong to the RHS as they offer advice and identification to members for free
I have 4 tomatoes that I reckon I can pick around Monday. First mini crop of beans yesterday. Things are looking up
The 2m guide also only relates to evergreen hedges. I back onto farmland and can do nothing about the hedge my 'kind' farmer planted and then failed to cut except trim back the side.
4711, you could have seen a Darter, they would fit your description
Lovely pictures. It's amazing what plants can survive.
The RHS website has a plant finder facility that lists suppliers by area.
They do look a little sparse, thanks for the link
It would be 'the icing on the cake' if not only do they look fantastic but also smelt wonderful