Looks like a berberis, poorly pruned. Better to cut out some of the old branches right back to base than to shorten them all, makes a better shaped bush
2 branches of a huge conifer that supports Bill MacKenzie, assorted branches and sticks enough to make a mountain of shredding and loads of c..p blown across from the dump 2 or 3 fields away.
Full inspection tomorrow
I let it be, I like it
It's a hypericum
That's what happens Invicta. It has tiny little tubers that break off to form another plant. Plus seeding.
another different phormium
They do M-K- but I don't think they mind that too much. Though maybe in our climate they should mind, being on the surface like that
I think I'd try and ease out half of that clump and spread it a bit but leave some to carry on as they are. I dug up all mine as they were weed infested and it seemed the easiest way forward
M-K- says:My nerines look just like that today.See original post
My nerines look just like that today.
so do mine, I dug a large clump a couple of days ago,
This happens often. Gardening makes you more aware of the seasons and naff weather.