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Might need a bit more than that Raymond
A photo would be ideal, click on the tree in the tool bar to start.
But failing that
colour of flowers, shape and colour of leaves
height of plant
I would cut them to just below the level of the existing hedge so when they bush out at the top you can cut them back to level with the rest. I'd also take the tips out of the side shoots to encourage sideways growth.
I have tree paeonies with leaves just like that. What is the base of the plant like?
It's always difficult with photos, you can't get the texture of the plant
Looks a bit like a baby tree paeony
Not the hardy begonia thing if you mean evansiana Berghill. That hasn't got a fur coat
I looks familiar but..............
If we could learn to sow them more thinly it would help
But I don't think I'll ever grasp than one
You can thin them out but transplanting when they're getting quite big is tricky. They wilt. Worth a try though if you're thinning anyway.
It looks pretty healthy Victoria. I don't know them well, I let my first ones die and now all I have is 3 babies