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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
heavens knows how this got posted a second time
Having been around my garden admiring my dahlias I realised that not one of the 17 odd varieties seems to have a perfume. Are there any fragant varieties?