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They do. Some look really naff by the time they flower, best behind something to hide the leaves.
W/E good thanks
Google the various styrax. I don't know these well but it looks a bit like it
It depends on your garden RD. It resists being removed when it been there for a while and is bigger than a lot of garden plants
The new leaves may have been caught by a late frost, some of my shrubs have.
Prunus don't get fireblight. Have you a photo to show the damage
The lack of winter was a bit of a setback to germination, I put all mine that had been waiting for winter into the fridge in the shed for about 6 weeks.
One of the paeonies germinated in the fridge and Aquileguia skinneri germinated yesterday after about a fortnight out of the fridge. There are several that haven't moved
I stand them outside for the entire winter cotty
You could start here
I doubt if you'll get them IDd at a GC unless yours is quite exceptional but Wo is right about selling you something to cure it
Where are you Lindsay and is the plant outside
The where it was and the stage of growth told me it wasn't a gerbera but there's no way you could know all that Matt.
I don't grow gerbera either, that's a bit of a clue, available only to me