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re the tree, the rootstock will overcome the grafted bit in time.
Is this the viper's bugloss that grows wild or the little annual? They both seem to be called Echium vulgare and I've never understood how that can be.
Seeds go down between slabs and germinate there B-L. They love it but trees don't do well for long
that one at the front does look like laburnum Hostafan, and when you look at the base it's squeezed flat, I wouldn't expect that to do welli n the long term.
I didn't know that myth Philippa. There was a lovely mature specimen in Essex where i used to work.
Mine is only about 4 years from seed so a little way to go yet
They grow in East Anglia as well, I know some mature ones.
When the flower comes you'll see why the names are bawdy AL
The species Pyrus communis have vicious thorns, does that get used for grafting?
Cercis siliquastrum, Judas tree.
The first looks like an aucuba seedling and the purple one is a hebe
That's a start and a bump up