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I should have thought of that one AZ, it's one of my best shade shrubs and copes with the dryness of the shade in this garden.
It's a very nice beetle, I'venever seen one of those
that's what it looked like to me as well, the campanula.
have to be wait and see.
Dove is 'bumping up' some of the threads to push down those kitchen ads.
Variegated shrubs often need the reverted green stems removed. I don't know this one but beware of those that start green and then develop variegation, don't cut til you're sure.
Too true landgirl. Trouble is, once the leaves have gone down there's very little to see and they get chucked on the heap with other weeds without being noticed
Not a lot of help from me, sorry
Gg, that yellow plant looks like lysimachia, a take=over plant
Like the name clem