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Missed Steve's post. Can't confess to leaving it for someone else. But have to confess to leaving it.
I don't know these but some many plants sold as annuals are really tender perennials.
I can confess to all the crimes mentioned so far
Lovely, thanks Fairy
I'd like a strawberry please Fairy
I doubt if that would be a success. You'd have trouble getting them level, to stay in place and they'd rot in contact with the groung
You'd do better to start a new thread Olive. This one is about vine weevil and will not attract people who know your plant.
Phlomis, I was wondering if it might be perovskia.
The phlomis stems look great with a frost on through the winter
re the Bergenias, brown leaves are dead so cut them off if they don't pull.
I don't know what turkish sage is, sorry
Could well be the A. triquetum suggested earlier. Mine are at about that stage.
Alliums are onions Chris.
Or, more accurately, onions are alliums