Mine were great, very early, still looking good though losing colour
No sign of any ?disease some of them had last year
Quote thing doesn't work for me either
They're a bit blurry when enlarged (not that I am in a position to comment on your photography )
Shrubs can often be IDd from stems and buds with a clear photo
Some I can't see enough to ID but 1 is a hebe
3 i a mahonia, M. aquifolium I think
and 5 is Ribes sanquineum
I use chrome, that's OK but I always reduce my pics to post on here. I post 30% of what my camera produces. 1000 pixels or less in each direction seems to work. I hope I've got the numbers right, I'm no IT person
I can't see anything there that looks like HF. But that's not a no. I have HF but the only time I thought I found the bootlaces was nowhere near the HF trees and all is still healthy there.
Cherries have quite big seeds (you know what they look like) birds eat cherries, seeds emerge from nether regions Any way that could happen in your seeding arrangements?
a familiar sight for me Davids10. Willow grow so fast they're soon to old and huge for even a large garden
I need a bit more development yet but someone may recognise it. But definitely a tree/shrub
Let the nonea self seed Victoria. Left to itself it germinates in autumn and is flowering now. Early bees very pleased