the first pic is a sedum, maybe the popular one called Autumn Joy. The yellow variegated shrubs in the same pic are probably euonymus
Is this fastigiate growth grafted onto the rootstock? If so it won't bush out any more than a Lombardy poplar would.
yes, do check what they are. The choice varieties don't come cheap, the invasive ones do.
The middle one looks like a luzula, woodrush. there are several to choose from
have a look at slime moulds
they're all viburnums, good start
the pink one is fragrans or a x bodnantense cultivar
the second is tinus
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fidgetbones says:you might need some imodium. See original post
you might need some imodium.
that could happen as well
a bit too 'frilly, pink knickers' for my garden
I should think if you do that regularly you will become overweight and have rotten teeth
I agree GD. I wouldn't kill them in the garden but we do have traps in the roof and catch things sometimes. We have a timber framed house and the climb up the frame into the roof.They can't get into the house with us but they're noisy and chewy at night up there.