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Left alone a buddleia turns into a small tree. So don't leave it alone, cut it back to a low framework every spring
It's hardy and would be OK outside but black is dead. Have you a photo to show the extent of the black?
If you have 2 shrubs in one pot the growth will be towards the light, on the outside edge, rather than towards each other in the middle.
How big are the roots now?
If not too big they should survive, kept fed and watered
A bigger problem might be unbalanced top growth
No Alan, no siskins. But I associate them with bad weather here and we haven't had any, likewise bramblings (is there a 'b' in that?)
No sitka spruce round here
Plenty of oil seed rape for the pigeons
Nice Fieldtamer. Cooking is what you don't get with a shredder (except when I put dry grass stems through it and everything got tangled and the belt cooked )
But I'd like a bit of proper gardening now, weeding and planting maybe.
Today we had a change from cutting and shredding blackthorn/bramble/briar.
We did dogwood, field maple, hornbeam and a dead conifer.
But this afternoon I went out and cut more blackthorn, still to shred
Hi Heather, that's a Ceanothus.
very early flowering