For a while they can be moved but I'd need heavy machinery to move mine now.
they're not all the same size. My yellow one was about 10 foot across till I removed a few of the outer branches so we could use the path. The red one more like 6 foot. Both considerably taller than me. Others are mere babies yet
2 of my 3 are in shade and do fine. I think the flowers last longer in the shade
The majority of the plants in there look like Linaria pururea to me.
No echium vulgare
the toadflax for me as well
Check out the plant's native habitat, not those who write on web and in books. Mis-information gets copied on.
and agree with pp.
No idea re the specific plant, alkaline soil here
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limes (Tilia not citrus fruit)
They don't grow that shape naturally and you can choose other trees to treat the same way
no, prolific weeds
I can't see the pic very well but that looks very sick. It might be worth cutting it right back to see if it grows new, healthy leaves. I had one that looked like Cardinal, though it had a different name. They're not as robust as the traditional Aquilegia vulgaris. Mine died
They look like willow herb to me, see what others think