The second is one of the herbaceous clematis. One of the heracleifolia cultivars probably
I wouldn't do that.. Paeonies don't do well in pots, they have large roots which they need to keep
1 looks like Poplar, possibly a sucker
2 I think is Chelidonium majus, little yellow flowers?
I wouldn't have been as precise as the cultivar 'Dawn' but it's one of the pink winter flowering Viburnums.
Tizzie44 says:Might do bit and bit...see where that gets me. Beginning to think this gardening lark has a fair bit of hit and miss about it.See original post
Might do bit and bit...see where that gets me. Beginning to think this gardening lark has a fair bit of hit and miss about it.
Yes, you're right Tizzie.
If you think it needs tidying up you could tie in those new stems instead of cutting them off.
How big/old is it?
I think honeysuckles flower on the wood made the previous year, you cut that off.
One of the Willowherbs. Epilobium hirsutum. Pretty but invasive by root and seed.
Damaged in what way?
That's a lot of chemicals. Have a thought for any wildlife in the garden