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thanks lilly Pilly
LF, maybe the branches fork at just the right angle
Miscanthus transmorrisonensis in its winter coat
Hack it back to base when yoy like, it will come back.
But, as Logan says, you'll lose the next lot of flowers.
I'd take it right back, I think the future shape of the bush is better after that than just cutting back a bit
Buckingham Nurseries provided a lot of ours years ago and they're still there
what sort of cotoneaster is it? one of the tree like ones or a wall hugger or something else?
It was spring to the eyes, ears and nose out there today.
But thermal underwear required
Couldn't manage the answers, didn't seem to relate to my world. Sorry. Good luck
Unless you want to clear the area let them flower there. You can move them as the leaves brown. I have moved bulbs at that stage and sometimes they carry on as if nothing has happened. But sometimes they don't flower
Some sort of narcissi I think
I would rather have the benefit of Edd's (and others') personal experience than internet research.
I can do my own searches and the internet is full of replicated error and misidentified flora and fauna.
Bring something to protect the car boot.
and a bump up in case anyone else is interested in the trip