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I think if that broke away as you unpacked it was either duff to start with or badly packed. Unless you know you were excessively rough with it I would contact the supplier and ask for another or money back
Could be Lizness. I'm pretty sure it's one of the small leave species fuchsias
One of the eupatoriums, possibly E. cannabinum
fire up the urn, get the mugs out. make some cakes. perhaps not in that order.
There are loads of species and cultivars of spirea and I think you're right.
I won't make it. I knew the date had something on. I'm feeding tea and cake to the old motorcycle 'boys'
see you all at another bash
Hi fidget, I just need to give it a squeeze then I'd know
Have you had a look at beginner 14's plant? It's too late, he's dug it up. But I do like to know
I think it's a fuchsia, maybe thymifolia or another similar species
If you enlarge and look top right you can see a seed pod.
Hard to tell in a photo but in reality fuchsia has a much softer look and feel than escallonia
If you don't like it dump it cotty. I've nurtured things I don't really like for daft reasons; they're rare, a friend donated them, I grew it from seed and it took ages
I'm more ruthless now