If they were parasitic in the horse they'll soon die and they won't be parasitic in you
Bushwacker says:Hmm looks like Loropetalum chinense with frost damaged foliage.See original post
Hmm looks like Loropetalum chinense with frost damaged foliage.
That's not a shrub I'm familiar with but it does look like frost damage which is unlikely to hit a cotoneaster
chop the leaves and then spray. What will you be spraying?
the close up of the leaves looks like a cotoneaster but it doesn't look well at all.
they don't last long inside. They don't last long outside if the weather gets too warm
When should you not spray? Every day.
re the ?pampas. I have enlarged the one with the flower and it looks like a Miscanthus.
I think I'd get a precise ID before going in with the loppers. It doesn't look like one of the robust coloured stem varieties
Yes, I grow that Paul, lovely plant
still too close Pj