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It's not bracken, I was just being polite when I asked 'are you sure?'
Claire, on a forum it's best to wait for a few opinions before acting.
If you grow it hard; dry soil, sun, it colours up nicely in autumn
There's Choisya ternata 'Aztec Pearl' that has leaves like that but it's not yellow.
I had a google, Aztec Gold looks right
choisya I agree, I don't know the cultivars
Euphorbia cyparissias (might have spelled the second bit wrong) also rather invasive
Are you sure that's bracken Dave? It look like a good garden fern to me. Dryopteris or Polystichum, I always get those to muddled. You need a third opinion here before you dump it Claire
I'd give it a good soaking and a feed, they're not yellow leaved, it's starving.
It's likely to be pot bound so pull the roots out a bit to help it spread. I have an old dinner fork for poking at roots to loosen them up
That's what it does sioned, I think you're doing the right thing. It's a bit of a thug for the average garden,
Start from the tree 2nd from right in the tool bar Nikki. You can't do it from a phone
. Might be A lycotonum. I haven't researched properly yet.
I was going to buy in flower and choose what I liked the look of whatever it was called.