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It's the shrub I expected to see when I read the title.
It's Viburnum tinus and viburnum beetle
I think they've been and gone by now
I wouldn't do it at the beginning of winter, I'd leave it til late winter, early spring
It's a choisya. I would cut out the dead bit. Mine does this from time to time and the gap soon fills. Sometimes it's obvious that a branch has been wind damaged or similar but sometimes it just happens for no apparent reason
It does have a red tinge but that seemed redder than usual. I'm sure you'll get a second opinion later on
I think it's Salix caprea, goat willow but it looks a bit odd. Has it had a dose of something?
A houseplant grower is needed
Hi Lulu, it's a philapelphus. I don't know which one
Unanimous on the culprit Caz
slugs and snails at the top of the list.
But as to the future, watch and see who the culprit is. One or two molluscs could do all that, pick up the pots and look underneath, squash them
I agree Bill, it was never as bad as that in the past was it? I wonder if the company is under new management. Or no management
I haven't complained yet but I will and you should as well. The peat free is OK though.