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Yes, that's the one. It does well in shade if you have a spot suitable. It does self seed (when it flowers) and I let them grow til they're full of dead stuff and then discard. I've never cut one back to remove the dead stuff which might be worth trying.
My chopping board is eucalytus
But don't over-coddle jo. More plants have been killed by to much food/water/ and general interference than by neglect. Just make sure it doesn't dry out over the next year but don't drown it
Sharp sand is just sharp sand, no salt. That's not the same as builder's sand which is soft sand (rounded grains) you can feel the difference between the two.
Mine does what it likes when it likes
I'm thinking off dumping it. Sometimes it goes brown and dies back in winter cold, sometimes in summer dry and heat. It never looks luxurious.
With that much bark loss the prognosis is poor for the future as a tree.
It's already growing from the base, I'd fell it (or get someone else to fell it) and let it regrow as a shrub
That's a cultivar of the Anamathele lessoniana/Stipa arundincea isn't it.
It probably is. Best guess unless we see the whole thing and change our minds
I'll have to imagine the bow Tetley