I'd want to know what the rootstock was before I let it grow too much
I'd chuck it. It's my new policy. If it isn't doing its job, it's out
not going very well so far
These are grafted and anything that grows from below the graft will not be variegated. The green part will be stronger and quicker and swamp the variegated part
I didn't notice the 7 Gardengirl,
I have had this one appear in seeds pots several times, I think it must come in the compost.
still looking like red currants to me
Viburnum tinus, nibbled by viburnum beetles
Yes, show us the leaves and the branches and the shape of the bush.
You can PM him Gardengirl