is it the one that's red at the base? I think that could be soft rush, Juncus effusis.
There are two different grassy things there, that and a true grass that I can't name.
Make it smaller Jack, I reduce mine to 30%
more pics would help with confirmation and the ones we haven't done yet
5 &6 could be Portugal Laurel
10 a pittosporum
1,3 and 9 look like Cistus
I think Ladybird is right re 2
4, a spiraea
I'll have a look at the rest later
Yes Richard, it should be so.
I have some very healthy looking clems from your seed, thank you
who'd want a pseudopiptadenia if they could have a real one?
reduce the size of the photo, the forum doesn't take anything very big. I reduce mine to 30%. Then start from the camera icon on the right.
that looks huge for something only planted 4 months ago. Large shrubs can be difficult to establish. I'd cut it all hard back and hope for the best. Don't let it dry out but it won't be taking up much water in that condition so don't keep watering.