Try everything, something will work. You can always take more cuttings when the growth is a bit less soft
Might be worth trying layering on the roof if you can get the pot secure.
I'd go with the cuttings, you never know when your neighbour might decide to hard prune the honeysuckle
Good re the foetida Philippa, the others will flower next year
I let them seed and keep young plants moving on, they tend to look a bit manky after a few years so I chuck them.
Re don't move a paeony, I read the story behind that somewhere Fairy, but it may have been another myth.
I'll see if I can find it.
Who wrote the book Philippa.
My legume roots stay in the ground but they've all got perennial plants growing out of them
Is that not true then, about the legume roots?
There are enough of therm to make a long thread Philippa
I probably believe some of them
Salt and vinegar is ice on chips
The trouble with expert information is that it still gets passed on even if it's been proved wrong.
I prefer to use the experience of real people on the forum. I just hope any advice I receive isn't copied and pasted from an internet site