they're just plants that have grown a bit more.
no different to letting a courgette become a marrow
I think it's something in that family Katharine but not one I know well enough to be sure about
not convinced but you're in far too close with the camera. I can't see the shape of the shrub, how it grows
looks like Mugwort, Artemesia vugaris
Galium odoratum, Sweet Woodruff is very reliable. I couldn't get Pachysandra going at all.
yes, you always have to ask us.
Mine is in very dry soil and just about copes because it get very little sun. I'd move it but it's enormous and the root is like a lump of wood, in solid soil full of brick rubble. So it stays where it is.
Hadn't heard about that.
1. a sort of dirty mauve like the blue rose?
2. genuinely blue with the help of photoshop?
3. a completely different flower that has been called a blue chrysanthemum by a well known company?
looks like Nandina domestica
I agree re the effort but not the chemicals
It's a lime. with nail galls. Not the cause of the drip. I wouldn't have chosen a lime for the reasons you've found and for its eventual size