Daphne, maybe Daphne laureola
they do much better in the ground than in pots
We need an 'after' photo Dove
I agree re cutting it down, a climber on an ugly or dead tree always looks just what it is.
They're ripe when you see the pod start to open, it will be a while yet
No, you're totally wrong Liz. they are a promiscuous lot without your assistance and you'll have a forest of seedlings
You might get some good ones, I just weed out the dirty pinks and anything else I don't like
I saw some collapsing walls this morning, raised beds. Some were only 2' tall and leaning out. Some parts of a 3' wall had been buttressed, those parts that hadn't looked really dodgy. Soil sinks and pushes out
Re The Old Vicarage. you need a whole day but you don't get one. They don't open til 1pm, that's why we had to picnic standing in the car park, Dove.
Yes, they do that as well but the new bits take a year or so to start flowering
Paeonies are hardy plants (or the ones generally available are), they don't need a GH. Plant it out