There are thousands of species of nematodes, some beneficial, some a problem, most neutral.
To lump them all together as 'nematodes' isn't helpful
the leaves are wrong for euphorbia lisa
Your biggest problem will be getting it stable. That will catch a lot of wind,
thanks KT. I'll try that
I grew a patrinia once, can't remember which one, it snuffed it. It looked a bit like that.
yep, that would be my suggestion as well.
leave them outside
The leaves are wrong for any bupleurum that I've grown Liri
I think the second is Teucrium chamaedrys, aka wall germander. Often clipped like that. Has nice pink flowers if not.
Have you any more pics of the first?
You can hack honeysuckle back to the bottom, it will come back.
I think the hedge may be privet from the look of the stems. Possibly not a healthy one, swamped by the honeysuckle maybe