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They're often called sherry plums so maybe
Sorry Kev,you didn't get an answer and I haven't got a clue but I'll bump you up
My guess would be cold winds/frost. What proportion of any tree has gone brown? Have you a photo.
Conifers don't recover from going brown but if it's not much, the healthy growth might cover the damage
Never grown it at all Verdun but I'll give you a nudge up. Have you seen the pics of Foggy Bottom yet?
That's a good idea KT
Love the hives as well as the bees BB
I think 1 could be forsythia and 2 is choisya
Hard to tell from the pics and I can't enlarge them. They may not support themselves but the leaves shouldn't be floppy. I think I'd pinch the tops out, not let them get too wet or in full sun all day and see what happens. I can only see one or two there that looked limp but I can't see well enough
I'd forgotten that David
Wasn't there a bird on the farthing as well. A wren maybe?
Me too. Stinging nettles are wild plants and they can overpower anything shorter or anything that starts into growth later than themselves. Anything that's already established will win against new planting as well