don't feed them any more, a plant in that state isn't well enough for food. Don't drown them, one good watering, a can full each then leave to dry out for a before the next one.
Ceres says:Is it possible this could be a caryopteris?See original post
Is it possible this could be a caryopteris?
I wondered about that from the look but I don't think that smells like lavender? Tell you what, I'll get off my backside and so and have a sniff
Well, it smells of something. Not quite lavender but I think you're right Ceres
It would need watering occasionally to keep it moist for the first season, Have you done that?
Hornbeam hedges do keep their brown leaves through the winter but it's a bit early for the change.
Have you got a photo?
no, it's not lavender, If it has a strong smell it could be some sort of salvia but I don't recognise it
Foxgloves are native to the uk and hardy everywhere here, they look after themselves.
I'm very fond of some of my weeds
likely, or a seedling of same
If you a swallow cherry stone a cherry tree grows out of your ear.
the hedging plant is a dogwood, don't know which one,
the bindweed is Convolvulus arvensis field bindweed
and I think the mauve daisy, last, is Erigeron glaucus
if you boil an egg for too long it goes soft again